Condé Nast continues to up its video production and strengthen its broadcast presence, most recently through a “first-look” deal with Fox, MediaPost reports.
The agreement will see Condé Nast Entertainment “produce broadcast TV shows for Twentieth Century Fox Television, and cable shows for Fox 21, the broadcaster’s cable production arm,” Erik Sass writes. “The first collaborations between CNE and Fox are set to air this year. It’s the first such studio deal for CNE, whose video offerings have been gaining traction in the broadcast and cable space over the last year.”
Condé Nast brands Vogue, Teen Vogue, GQ, Glamour, Allure, and Wired have already launched digital video channels, while CNE has produced shows for such channels as Investigation Discovery, Ovation, the CW, and SyFy.
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