Lifetime Casts Its Plans for Revamped Web Site

November 2007
Multichannel News;11/19/2007, Vol. 27 Issue 46, p27
The article reports that cable network Lifetime Networks advances into cyberspace with the development of Internet-exclusive scripted and reality as part of the launch of its myLifetime.com Web site. The Web site will benefit from strategic alliances with such companies as Glam Media, Real Arcade, Revolutionhealth.com. The site will also continue to stream episodes from "Blood Times" or "Lisa Williams: Life Among the Dead."


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