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Ford-owned Land Rover just launched a Web site for its upcoming new Freelander, which will be the smallest vehicle in its all-SUV line. The site, freelander.com, was created by New York-based Agency.com. That shop is partially owned by Omnicom Group, the parent of Land Rover agency GSD&M. " INTV (www.intv.tv), a New York-based production company, paid $2 million for the assets of Internet TV network Pseudo Programs (www.pseudo.com). Pseudo entered Chapter 11 protection in September 2000. The final court order from Federal Bankruptcy Court permitted the transaction. INTV plans to revive Pseudo as a streaming content site and is in discussion with former Pseudo employees. INTV executives expect that Pseudo programming could be available as early s fall 2001.

Copyright January 2001, Crain Communications Inc.

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