Content syndication through cstv brand to local college sites


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First to partner with iTunes for TV content (Oct 2005) and movie content (Sept 2006) breaking the dam between technology and content

  • First to partner with iTunes for TV content (Oct 2005) and movie content (Sept 2006) breaking the dam between technology and content

  • Building robust online sites for variety of brands (Disney, ABC.com, ESPN, etc.) including Ad supported and subscription models

  • Clips and some original content available for mobile phones – ESPN mobile MVNO project shut down

  • First to partner w/Google video for pay download; CBS shows on iTunes, VOD and innertube

  • Sports and news content available on mobile, online partners (Yahoo, Youtube, etc.); streaming NCAA tournament

  • Content syndication through CSTV brand to local college sites

  • Launching distribution network across high traffic sites

  • JV with Newscorp on content distribution engine (billed as You Tube competitor with professional content)

  • Acquired iVillage in March 2006 for $600m

  • NBC shows from every daypart and library available on iTunes, some also at NBC.com along with webisodes of popular properties

  • Building entertainment websites related and unrelated to on-air brands (brilliant but cancelled, dotcomedy.com)

  • Acquired MySpace in July 2005 for $580m followed by IGN game site in September for $650m

  • Streaming primetime shows on MySpace, local affiliate sites, selling on iTunes

  • Mobile division Mobizza centralizing some mobile applications across NewsCorp

  • FOX TV partnering to create online & TV series for Hearst Magazine titles

  • Extending cable brands through deep niche offerings in music, games and video (MTV, VH1, Comedy Central)

  • Programs available on iTunes and network websites and experimenting with content syndication across the web (i.e., Laguna Beach – Google deal)

  • Buying high traffic sites like iFilm, neopets and Atom films

  • Owns AOL and is leveraging that ownership with AOL Television, in2TV

  • Recently transitioned AOL from pay to ad-supported service

  • Internet content division making original-branded short form series










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