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Condé Nast Entertainment

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Condé Nast Entertainment

FoundedOctober 2011 ; 9 years ago ( 2011-10 ) Manhattan , New York City , New York , United States
HeadquartersOne World Trade Center , New York City
Number of locations2
Key peopleOren Katzeff (President)
OwnerConde Nast ( Advance Publications )
WebsiteConde Nast Entertainment
Twitter@cne

CNE is creating Studios for handful of its publications, GQ, New Yorker, Vanity Fair, Vogue and Wire in order to give itself earlier access to articles those publications produce and give entertainment arm more opportunities to develop projects based on those articles, said CNE president Oren Katzeff. What, for most part, has been happening is we are getting access to really far down funnel, Katzeff say. Article would be published in print or online, and then CNE would work with outside companies to package that article into Project to pitch, as has been case with CNE-produce programs such as its 2017 Film Only Brave. CNE will appoint heads for each of studios and assemble teams to work under them. Studio heads report directly to Katzeff, but he said they will have dot line to editors at corresponding publications to identify potential projects. Companies Are Still Sorting Out How Exactly Studio Heads Will Work With Publications, Such As What Meetings They Will Sit In, But They Will Be Deeply Embed Within Publications, Katzeff Say. Having studio heads work closely with publications editorial teams allows US to be thoughtful about franchise opportunities ahead of article publication, Katzeff say. For example, CNE could develop podcast series in parallel to articles that would supplement show and both could be time to articles publication in order to attract more interest for full suite of content. Creating these broader packages when buyers of shows and movies could help CNE to land deals. Give glut of programming hitting market as more major streaming services, such as WarnerMedias HBO Max and NBCUniversals Peacock, enter fray, distributors are seeking out producers that can help to ensure show or movie breaks through noise. That has helped publishers, like Vox Media, New York Times and Axios, with media apparatuses that can boost programs ' profile to secure deals with likes of Netflix, FX Networks and HBO, and it has spurred traditional production companies, such as Bunim-Murray Productions, to invest in marketing firms like Shareability. Additionally, by establishing Studios for several of its most prestigious publications, Entertainment division can trade more directly on its publications brands when Project out to TV Networks and streaming services. Today, for most part, we have been going to market as Conde Nast Entertainment, say Katzeff. Its logical for them to be more focused in brand-centric way because each studio has clearer pitch to make. Each brand has its own personality, and if you have somebody heading up each studio, they can better understand personality, says Peter Csathy, founder of Media advisory firm Creatv Media. Publication-specific Studios will not work silo within CNE. They will collaborate with teams across publishers entertainment arm.

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Background

Previously, Conde Nast magazines were represented in Hollywood by agents and received production credit and fees for films on their work. Brokeback Mountain, Beautiful Mind, and Eat, Pray, Love, based on article, were all movies based on CN Content. Also, whale War show on Animal Planet originated with Conde Nast magazine article. On other hand, Conde Nast's Vogue refused in 2003 to partner on Project Runway for of tarnishing its image. With print growth slowing, CN indicated that company would seek other revenue in licensing, E-commerce, Video, and higher circulation prices.

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History

Conde Nast Entertainment was started by magazine publisher Conde Nast in October 2011 with hiring of Dawn Ostroff. Online Video channels for GQ and were launched in March 2013 with four original video series for each brand with Procter & Gamble, Microsoft and snack-food company Mondelez International sponsoring those shows. Each series would have some episodes at launch, then additional episodes would be added weekly. Episodes would last from to seven minutes and be featured on magazines' websites and YouTube. On May 1st CNE at 2 annual Digital Content NewFronts event, adverting selling event, two new channels for Vogue and wire for its Digital network and 30 new programs. Also, CNE agreed to syndicate their Content with AOL, Yahoo, Twitter, and Grab Media. Production firms Radical Media, Hud: Media and Magical Elves agreed to co-produce programs. CNE's two existing channels were slat three additional programs each. Additional channels are expected to be launched later in year: Vanity Fair, Teen Vogue, Epicurious and Style. Com. CNE's first series, Codefellas, was launched on its Wired Channel. 12 Episode Short-form Animated Series Is Comedy Featuring National Security Agency Agents As Literally Cartoonish Figures Engage In Ludicrous Acts Of Domestic Spying. In July 2013, CNE made two deals: One with Discovery Communications for Vanity Fair Confidential crime and mystery documentary series to air on Investigation Discovery Channel, and other with Ovation cable network for Fashion Fund Design contest show, show already being shown online. Vanity Fair Channel launched four series with AD sponsors, who were American Express, Luxury Salvatore Ferragamo and Acura. Channel Was Launched In July 2013 With Four Programs: Vanity Code, VFHollywood With Krista Smith, Snob's Dictionary, And Eminent Domains. In early April 2014, CNE launch another Digital Channel based on Allure. On April 29, company announced launch of Of Scene, new online Video platform for Digital-First Content, to be launched in July 2014 with Content partners including ABC News, Buzzfeed, Major League Soccer, and Weather Channel. CNE channels to be featured on Scene be those Of New Yorker, Lucky and Bon Appetit. CNE agreed to its initial First-look deal in June 2014 with 20 Century Fox Television for its scripted television projects while 2CFT's cable arm, Fox21, would work with for cable projects. In November 2014, company began its move to One Trade Center from 4 Times Square. In January 2017, Vanity Fair's Hive business News and Conde Nast Entertainment partnered with Cheddar to create live weekly series called VF Hive on Cheddar. Graydon Carter, Vanity Fair Editor, calls series representation of how people are consuming voraciously than ever. At company's fifth annual Digital Content NewFronts presentation in New York in May 2017, CNE announced return of 65 original short-form Digital series and premiere of 40 new shows.

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