Netherby, Jennifer
February 2005
Daily Variety;2/15/2005, Vol. 286 Issue 35, p16
Trade Publication
Reports that the National Geographic Home Entertainment is launching MovieVoyager.com as a subscription DVD rental service. Claim that the site will recommend and feature several documentaries and mainstream movies appealing to National Geographic's core audience; Comment of National Geographic's senior vice president of film and television marketing and business development William Weil regarding the web site.


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