(New York, NY – July 10, 2013) Today Condé Nast Entertainment (CNE) launched the Vanity Fair video channel, the fifth in CNE’s digital video network. At launch, programming for the channel will include four original series inspired by Vanity Fair. The line-up features a celebrity interview show hosted by Vanity Fair senior west coast editor Krista Smith, a show based on Vanity Fair contributing editor David Kamp’s popular features and book series “The Snob’s Dictionary,” a docu-series revolving around Manhattan’s most iconic addresses, and an animated “how-to” series. The content will be widely distributed across all platforms including the official Vanity Fair video site http://video.vanityfair.com and YouTube channel http://www.youtube.com/VanityFair as well as through syndicated partnerships. American Express, Salvatore Ferragamo and Acura will sponsor the channel launch. READ MORE »
Conde Nast Entertainment Launches Digital Video Network With Sponsored Programming From Glamour And GQ
Formed to exploit content opportunities from the publisher’s prestige magazine stable, Conde Nast Entertainment has taken a big digital step forward by launching a video network that will be sponsored by P&G, Microsoft and Mondelez International. This comes after GQ rival Esquire moved to take over the G4 network. It’s all about struggling print magazines trying to evolve with the times. Here’s the official word:
Condé Nast Entertainment today launched a new digital video network with slates of original video series inspired by Glamour and GQ. These are the first in a sequence of premium branded programming launches on the network, which will feature the iconic Condé Nast brands. The Glamour and GQ series, and all future series, will be distributed widely across web, IPTV, mobile and tablet experiences, beginning with the newly created video destinations on their official sites, http://video.glamour.com and http://video.gq.com, as well as YouTube channels, http://www.youtube.com/Glamour and http://www.youtube.com/GQ. The creation of this digital network and the distribution of its programming across multiple platforms will extend the reach of the legendary Condé Nast brands to a broader audience. The Glamour and GQ branded series launches are sponsored exclusively by Procter & Gamble, Microsoft and Mondelēz International. The announcement was made by Dawn Ostroff, president, Condé Nast Entertainment.
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Fred Santarpia has been named EVP and Chief Digital Officer at Conde Nast Entertainment Group, where he will be responsible for developing and managing the execution of the company’s digital channel business and video distribution strategy across Web-connected platforms and devices. He was GM of music video site Vevo and before that had been at Universal Music Group. CNEG hired former CW chief Dawn Ostroff as president in October to develop, create, produce and distribute TV, film and digital content based on Conde Nast’s portfolio of brands that includes Vogue, Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, GQ, Glamour and Architectural Digest.
New York, NY, April 10, 2012 – Condé Nast Entertainment Group today announced the appointment of Maurie Perl as senior vice president of media and communications. Ms. Perl will report to Dawn Ostroff, president of Condé Nast Entertainment Group (CNE), effective April 23.
In her new role, Ms. Perl will