At its Newfront presentation, Conde Nast Entertainment announced a syndication deal to distribute its video content to Yahoo, AOL, Dailymotion, Grab Media, and Twitter, in addition to making the content available on each publishing brand’s website and YouTube channel.
Starting today, CNE’s partnership with Dailymotion is going into effect. Its video channels for Wired, Glamour, GQ, and Vogue are live on Dailymotion, which reaches 112 million unique viewers per month according to comScore.
CNE and Dailymotion describe the partnership as a way to extend CNE’s reach to worldwide audiences. With that in mind, Dailymotion plans to take “some of the most popular videos” from the aforementioned publishing brands and subtitle them in French and Spanish.
The CNE digital video network currently consists of solo channels for its Wired, Glamour, GQ, and Vogue properties. At its Newfront, CNE said it plans to launch channels for Vanity Fair, Teen Vogue, Epicurious, and Style later this year. The eventual goal is to have a video offering for every Conde Nast brand.
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