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NBC Universal adds extra networks for online venture

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 10 Jun 2007 18:33 User comments (3)

NBC Universal adds extra networks for online venture Yesterday, NBC Universal and News Corp. announced that they had added several prominent cable networks to their online video venture that is expected to launch this summer.
The venture, which is designed to rival YouTube will include short clip media and full length original programming. Gemstar-TV Guide, Fuel TV, Oxygen, Speed, and the Sundance Channel where the latest channels to agree to provide content.

The announcement also said the content would be available through MySpace, AOL, MSN, Yahoo and Comcast.

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110.6.2007 21:25

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The announcement also said the content would be available through MySpace, AOL, MSN, Yahoo and Comcast.
Thats a big lineup they got there :)

210.6.2007 22:32

Woo. Oxygen and the Speed Channel.

O_o

330.7.2007 22:22

Speed Channel has some cool shows, but I don't know about the other ones.

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