Magazines Partner for Online Video Sharing

This week, several magazine companies' internet properties announced partnerships with video-sharing sites to stream original content online according to MediaPost.

Hearst, Condé Nast and Time Inc. have inked a deal with AOL to stream content from titles such as Redbook (Hearst), Architectural Digest (Condé Nast) and Real Simple (Time Inc.).

Hearst Digital Media will syndicate original content on YouTube from several lifestyle titles, including Harper's Bazaar, Seventeen and Esquire.

Hachette Filipacchi also announced that it will use the Glam Media online network of lifestyle sites as its ad seller for Premiere.com.

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