Conde Nast’s The Scene strikes syndication, development deal with Flama

Not only do more than 100 Flama original programs land on The Scene, but the two have agreed to co-develop projects.
February 12, 2015

Such Flama original millennial-flavored digital series as Drop the Mic with Becky G, Left Unattended with D-Stroy and The Secret Life of Babes featuring model Lisa Ramos have landed on The Scene.

The Condé Nast Entertainment digital video storytelling hub is a new platform for Univision Communications’ millennial-targeted bicultural Hispanic network Flama, co-owned by Bedrocket Media Ventures.

In a syndication and development deal that will bring more than 100 Flama originals to the vertical, including new content weekly, the partnership also sets the stage for the pair to co-create future content, according to a release.

The Scene is home to more than 100 digital series from such Condé Nast brands as GlamourWiredVanity Fair and Teen Vogue, and has struck similar syndication deals with ABC News, Major League Soccer, BuzzFeed, PBS Digital Studios and many others.

Flama, which launched on YouTube in 2013 and became a stand-alone site in 2014, is also available on Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr, Twitter and Google+.

Image: Becky G

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