Next New Networks Partners with AOL Video
AOL Distributes Breakthrough Independent’s Entire Programming Lineup
New York. – Next New Networks, the new media company creating original television programming on the Internet, announced a major partnership today with AOL Video (http://video.aol.com) to distribute Next New Networks’ highly popular programming, which was viewed over 100 million times in 2007, and includes breakout hits like Barely Political, home of Obama Girl, Channel Frederator and its original series The Meth Minute 39, and leading automotive newscast Fast Lane Daily.
“We’re pleased to be bringing a wealth of over 2,000 episodes to AOL. As the leading independent in the branded video space, aligning with a powerhouse like AOL showcases our brands and talent to a large and impactful audience" said Herb Scannell, CEO and co-founder of Next New Networks.
Under this partnership, twelve networks will each be prominently featured in the Channels and Categories of the AOL Video homepage (http://video.aol.com), as well as aggregated in a Next New Networks category. AOL Video makes it easy for consumers to find, watch and share high-quality, branded video content as well as millions of videos from across the Web. The networks added to their roster of content will include:
- Barely Political: Smart, sexy political comedy.
- Channel Frederator: Cartoon central on the Internet.
- Epic-FU: Masters of the New Pop Culture.
- Fast Lane Daily: Daily auto news.
- Garage419: Rants, raves and debates for car people from car people.
- Indy Mogul: The network devoted to anyone with a video camera.
- Pulp Secret: The world’s first comic book network.
- Threadbanger: The first network for people who make their own fashion.
- Ultra Kawaii: Pets so cute, it hurts.
- Veracifier: Daily news looking at the world of politics and global issues.
- ViroPOP: Green is the new Pop.
- VOD Cars: The #1 Broadband Car Network.
“Over the last year, we’ve worked to provide web users with unparalleled access to licensed video content through AOL Video,” said Kevin Conroy, executive vice president of AOL. “We are pleased to add Next New Networks to this impressive roster of video content partners that includes all four major television networks and cable heavyweights.”
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