More about Condé Nast Entertainment
At its presentation at the annual NewFronts, Condé Nast Entertainment (CNE) showcased the ways in which the company, once known primarily as magazine publisher, has evolved into a media powerhouse and major player in the video space. CNE is dedicated to digital video, social media, virtual reality, OTT channels, film, and TV across all of Condé’s properties, including The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, GQ and many more.
Some of the company’s biggest recurring series include, one of my favorites, of course it's all about celebrities:
Vogue’s 73 Questions (celebrities are asked 73 questions in a single, moving take).
Last April it was said that development is supercharging with 100 pilots in the works. Most of which, honestly revolved around the super rich lifestyle that is a rich part of its legacy. I wanted to pay special attention the DIVERSITY of programming and hiring so that PR, Journalists, Writers, Reporters and Publicists have access to the array of programs that's being produced and opportunities the align themselves with the infamous Condé Nast.
Outside of sports, Condé Nast has a rich video partnership with Bon Appètit and Wired both of which produce serials including food and travel as topics of choice. These are always great way for Publicists to engage editors because they are ALWAYS looking for some place or experiences that's "New."
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Life here can move between Piety and Desire, like the city’s namesake streets, each feeding off the other. There’s music – jazz, punk, country, rock, hip-hop – played on every street corner and in every bar. There’s a festival, it seems, every week. You feel you are not in the USA, and some residents call it ‘the northernmost island of the Caribbean'. In the November issue, we get under the skin of the city – plus the hotels and restaurants leading its latest revival. Get your copy at the link in our bio now. 🎥 Directed by @squirefox. With thanks to @OfficialTlyons @rustylazer @musicbox.village @preservationhall @visitneworleans
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I LOVE Conde Nast Traveler. they do a lot of fun, Buzzfeed-type of content and it's all centered on the exploration of travel and pushed to millenials. They have a few great shows, Culturally Speaking and City Guides. The one from "Spring in New York" was purchased from a videographer out of Tel Aviv.
Last week, it was announced that Mi-Anne Chan was the director of video, a woman of a Asian heritage with experience at Refinery29, it was a cause for celebration because that immediately means that there will be more diverse stories represented.
If anyone wants to say congrats to Mi-Anne email her here. email@example.com