Starmedia Launches Entertainment News Channel

Spanish-language portal Starmedia has announced the launch of a new channel called EntertaiNEWS, which will be devoted wholly to—as its name suggests—entertainment news.
 
The new channel was developed with C3 Entertainment, and reviews the week's top entertainment stories. It also provides information about concerts, movies, theater and other cultural events. EntertaiNEWS visitors may are also able to:

  • Watch movie previews and other video clips
  • Peruse celebrity photos-of-the-week  
  • Receive exclusive reports from around the entertainment world.
 
EntertaiNEWS also features a weekly 5 minute video offering, summarizing the big entertainment items of the week in a fast-paced webcast, or “Webisodio.” Toyota has signed on as the show’s sponsor.
 
Related Article: Starmedia to Launch Finance Channel (Jul. ‘07)

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