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Conde Nast launches The Scene

Condé Nast Entertainment has launched its online video hub The Scene, a home for all the video content featured across its brand channels. (Pictured: Glamour's The Single Life)
July 17, 2014

Condé Nast Entertainment has launched its online video hub The Scene, a home for all the video content featured across its channels related to the publisher’s magazine brands such as GQ and The New Yorker.

Glamour’s The Single Life (pictured) is debuting exclusively on the platform, marking the first time CNÉ has released an entire series at once. Other Scene debuts will include a full season of Teen Vogue’s Strictly Ballet and Wired’s Teen Technorati, as well as a weekly exclusive video from BuzzFeed.

The Scene will host more than 12,000 videos, including nearly 200 video series from more than 20 iconic brands and partners. Aside from video channels within the Condé Nast family, the network’s media partners include AOL, ABC News, Forbes, Variety, Major League Soccer, PBS Digital Studios, Weather Channel Films, Vox Media, and JASH.

Gillette Deodorant is on board as the first sponsor, promoting men’s products through video content.

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