- Min, Monday, December 9, 2013 3:52 PM
Condé Nast Entertainment has begun streaming more than 600 episodes of digital video content on Roku, the "over the top" set-top box that streams programming to the Internet. "CNE now produces
up to 40 new episodes a week on a growing portfolio of regular shows," writes Steve Smith.
And in mid-March the glossy publisher's Brides
magazine will begin streaming its second
version of "Brides Live Wedding," a weekly Web series "where readers can plan a couple’s wedding via social media by voting on everything from the dress to the flowers," writes
Lucia Moses in Adweek
. "Every aspect of the wedding will have a sponsor, from the registry
(Target) to hair and beauty (Neutrogena) and wedding bands (Simon G.)."
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