From short-form video to feature length films, CNE has quietly infiltrated Hollywood
When most people think of Conde Nast, what likely comes to mind is a 100-year-old magazine publisher that houses some of the most prolific brands online and in print. While that wouldn’t be far off, given that Conde Nast owns over 15 brands including Vogue, GQ, Wired, Bon Appetite and Glamour, many might be surprised to hear that Conde Nast now produces over 5,000 videos annually, has 10 projects on-air or in production for television, and boats over 35 feature film projects in various stages. Since 2011, with the launch of Conde Nast Entertainment, the media powerhouse has stealthily infiltrated Hollywood. Now it plans to follow a tried-and-true str...
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