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MSN puts Leno online

Cozying up to Hollywood, Microsoft's MSN unveiled the official Web site for "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno" on Monday in partnership with NBC, which hosts the popular late-night TV talk show. The site, whose launch coincides with the 10th anniversary of "The Tonight Show," features show schedules, discussion boards, celebrity-hosted chats and video clips. The project is Microsoft's latest Hollywood-styled venture. Earlier this year, MSN launched the official Web site for NBC's entertainment-news magazine program, "Access Hollywood." It has also dabbled in movie deals, inking digital-film distribution deals with ContentFilm and Magnolia Pictures.

Cozying up to Hollywood, Microsoft's MSN unveiled the official Web site for "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno" on Monday in partnership with NBC, which hosts the popular late-night TV talk show. The site, whose launch coincides with the 10th anniversary of "The Tonight Show," features show schedules, discussion boards, celebrity-hosted chats and video clips.

The project is Microsoft's latest Hollywood-styled venture. Earlier this year, MSN launched the official Web site for NBC's entertainment-news magazine program, "Access Hollywood." It has also dabbled in movie deals, inking digital-film distribution deals with ContentFilm and Magnolia Pictures.