Broadband Content Bits: Bauer-Cocosa.com; BBC’s New Unit; Topgear.com Rehauled; VideoJug Signs Deals

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Bauer Media launching fashion e-commerce portal: Bauer Media, publishers of gossip/fashion magazine Grazia, is launching a high-end discount fashion e-commerce site called Cocosa.com. Brandrepublic.com reports that Bauer is hoping to build on the popularity of its magazines like Grazia with the site. Cocosa.com launches in late October and will send emails to members telling them of the latest sales from designer brands. Each sale will last 48 hours.

BBC sets up new interactive unit: The BBC has set up a new department, Interactive Technical Advice and Contracts Unit (ITACU), to manage all of its interactive events, including its telephony services, The unit will work with the makers of all TV and radio shows which run competitions, votes, awards and donations to make sure that the broadcaster doesn

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djpinklady

How-to video site VideoJug has signed syndication deals with Yahoo! (NSDQ: YHOO) WikiHow, Kontraband, WonderHowTo and Tiscali. Under the terms of the each agreement, VideoJug will provide the video content to each syndication partner in return for licence fees and/or a cut of ad revenues.

woohoo!! good news for WonderHowTo.com!

Julia - www.secretsales.com

This concept wasn’t created by Cocosa or Bauer. They’ve just rewrapped what we’ve been doing since July 2007 at http://www.secretsales.com.
Secretsales.com was the UK’s first online private club selling brands like True Religion, Breil, Aquascutum, Furla and more at up to 80% off. Each week new brands are put on sale for a limited time frame and our members can request reminders for upcoming sales.
Bauer (the people who own Cocosa) are just jumping on the bandwagon. Let’s see, but I predict their website will be much like ours…

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