Briefs: iVillage and MSN renew agreement

Dec 20, 2005

iVillage and MSN announced Tuesday they are renewing their content publication agreement.

Under the agreement, MSN will continue to present select iVillage content on its lifestyle channel, MSN Lifestyle.

Douglas W. McCormick, chairman and CEO of iVillage Inc., said, "We are pleased to continue our content publication relationship with MSN that makes iVillage content available to their vast audience."

Copyright 2005 by United Press International

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