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Short Take: HomeArts Network and MSN sign production deal

MSN has signed a production deal with Hearst's "lifestyle site for women," The HomeArts Network. Under the agreement, HomeArts will produce a 13-week, 26-episode segment of a Web show called "@Watercooler." The online drama, which launches March 7 on MSN, is for and about women balancing the demands of their career and personal life.

Paul Festa Staff Writer, CNET News.com
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has signed a production deal with Hearst's "lifestyle site for women," The HomeArts Network. Under the agreement, HomeArts will produce a 13-week, 26-episode segment of a Web show called "@Watercooler." The online drama, which launches March 7 on MSN, is for and about women balancing the demands of their career and personal life.