Oprah Joins New York City Video Startup Vyou to Power Book Club 2.0

Oprah Joins New York City Video Startup Vyou to Power Book Club 2.0

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New Oprah, in the wild. (Photo: Oprah.com) Vyou, the New York City-based Q&A platform, has a very familiar face on its new service: media mogul Oprah Winfrey. The former daytime diva is using Vyou’s video service to enrich the recently-rebooted Oprah’s Book Club 2.0. Cheryl Strayed, author the Wild–the Eat-Pray-Love-ish hiking memoir that...
Oprah Joins New York City Video Startup Vyou to Power Book Club 2.0
                                       

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