Wetpaint and MSN partners to create fansites

Wetpaint plans to create more than two dozen "fansites" in conjunction with MSN Entertainment as part of a deal announced. Seattle-based Wetpaint, which operates a wiki-based Web site publishing platform, offers social media tools that allow readers to contribute photos, stories and other content. The companies didn't mention what types of entertainment sites they plan to […]

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Wetpaint plans to create more than two dozen "fansites" in conjunction with MSN Entertainment as part of a deal announced. Seattle-based Wetpaint, which operates a wiki-based Web site publishing platform, offers social media tools that allow readers to contribute photos, stories and other content. The companies didn't mention what types of entertainment sites they plan to create, though Wetpaint does have some experiencing building these offerings on its own platform. (Here's a look at the Wetpaint fan sites for TV shows such as Merlin, Rome and The Mentalist.)

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