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6 January 2011,     TORONTO/MONTR�AL
Reader�s Digest announces content partnership with
Reader’s Digest has announced an English and French content partnership with The deal means lifestyle and travel content from Sé and , as well as from the print magazines will be syndicated on the Microsoft-owned

The year-to-year contract deal has accelerated existing plans to increase the travel content on Sé, says Reader’s Digest vice president, digital media and strategic partnerships Yann Paquet. “It makes more sense to accelerate the launch of the travel section on Sé because of the partnership with,” he says. “Because they want more travel content for their French channel.”

Paquet says Reader’s Digest’s writing contracts include information on use of work for multiple platforms and wouldn’t comment on rate variations for using material on more than one site in partnerships such as this one.

The deal with, for Reader’s Digest and Sélection is different than the one Reader’s Digest-published Best Health has had with to provide fitness and health content for the site since the summer of 2009, says Paquet. “We don’t own the section on like we do with the Best Health/Sympatico deal,” he says. “But the Best Health partnership has been so successful that the next step was to find one for Reader’s Digest and Sélection.”

— Val Maloney
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