Viacom Inc. is in talks to sell a majority stake in some of its China operations, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter. The New York-based company has had talks about a sale with at least one Chinese entity, the newspaper said, adding the discussions involved the potential sale of a majority share in Viacom\u2019s channel brands, such as MTV and Nickelodeon, in China. The move comes as the media conglomerate runs into trouble trying to scale its operations in the country after more than two decades of business there. Also read|\u00a0Amazon Great Indian Sale start from this date; attractive offers on Redmi, OnePlus, Honor smartphones The arrangement would be similar to the company\u2019s joint venture with India\u2019s Reliance Industries Ltd., the newspaper said. Viacom sold Reliance the majority stake in their venture last year.