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An Internet Video Partnership From 2 Lions of Old Media - New York Times, 1/22/07


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  • An Internet Video Partnership From 2 Lions of Old Media - New York Times, 1/22/07

    New York Times, 1/22/07
    An Internet Video Partnership From 2 Lions of Old Media

    Michael D. Eisner and Jann Wenner, who once successfully joined in saving a celebrity magazine, are about to reunite in the world of Internet video.

    Wenner Media and Veoh Networks will announce a partnership today between, the Web site for Mr. Wenner’s Us Weekly, and, a video-sharing Web site and a competitor of, to create a celebrity entertainment channel on Veoh.

    Once the channel is formally introduced in February, users will be able to watch and even upload celebrity-related clips on either Veoh or Representatives of the companies declined to disclose the specific terms of the deal, an advertising and revenue-sharing partnership.

    Mr. Wenner leads the privately owned Wenner Media while Michael D. Eisner, the former chief executive of the Walt Disney Company, is a major investor in Veoh and brokered the deal.
    Full Story: An Internet Video Partnership From 2 Lions of Old Media
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