Best Buy Launches Its Own Network

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AdAge.com reports that Best Buy is launching a multi-channel network, adding the title of publisher to the Big Box retailer's repertoire. The new network is called Best Buy On.

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The new network will feature original content that ranges from how-to videos, gift guides, new technology primes, and even behind-the-scenes looks at movies. Best Buy On features a website, which is being called an "online magazine" by the company, and a massive in-store component. Best Buy On will be broadcast on screens within the store locations in the television, mobile, and portable entertainment sections.



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