Ellen DeGeneres Vessel

Ellen DeGeneres gets on board with Vessel

The recently-launched video sharing platform will get first-window 72-hour exclusives on one to two clips from each episode of her daily talker.
April 9, 2015

Ellen DeGeneres announced on Wednesday that she is partnering with the recently-launched video sharing platform Vessel.

The Ellen DeGeneres Show will provide Vessel with one to two clips per show that will be exclusive to its $2.99-per-month subscription platform for 72 hours. At any one time, Vessel will have four to six exclusive Ellen videos, including segments such as “Celebrity Scares,” “In Your Ear” and “Slap Ellen’s Face.” As part of the deal, Vessel will also host thousands of highlights from the show’s past two seasons on its free ad-supported service.

“I’m uploading some of my favorite clips from the show,” said DeGeneres in a video announcing the deal (below). “That means baby goats and singing babies and some of my favorites. Well, people just fall over stuff and that’s what I like.”

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