The alliance will bring VideoJug's "encyclopaedia of life" to MSN and MSN Video, delivering hundreds of high-definition videos covering a wide range of topics.
The films will feature on MSN Video, MSN and affiliated platforms, and will cover parenting, relationships, travel and several other topics featured on the MSN Video channels.
VideoJug has already delivered a catalogue of environmental related films to MSN Video for use as part of an exclusive online relationship for the Live Earth events over the weekend.
Peter Schankowitz, chief executive at VideoJug's US operations, said: "We are especially thrilled to be part of Live Earth and hope that our films show the world how to save energy and money while saving the planet."
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