Vivendi’s video-sharing website bets on new partnerships to gain viewers

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PARIS (Reuters) – Vivendi’s video-sharing website Dailymotion said on Tuesday it signed new partnerships with major U.S. music and media providers to stimulate its viewership and better compete world giants Facebook and Alphabet’s Google.