is a new national user-generated content Web site launched by Comcast Interactive Media.
Profiles are grouped by gender and age range, and viewers interested in dating someone they see on the service can visit learn how to send them an e-mail message.
In addition to Dating on Demand, Comcast's ON DEMAND service features more than 8,000 programs every month that customers can watch at any time, including hundreds of movies, sports and fitness shows, children's programs, music videos, instructional shows, news and information programming and more.
Sometimes even models need help finding a date, and Comcast's Dating on Demand is stepping up to help connect eligible models with singles across the country with its first-ever opportunity to "Date a Model." Dating on Demand, the first service combining video on demand with online dating, is marking its second anniversary this Valentine's Day by partnering with Ziddio.com, Comcast's national user-generated content Web site, to connect a group of single models with eligible viewers across the country.
Beginning this week, video profiles of single models will be featured on Dating on Demand.
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Whether you are looking for a date or a friend to have fun, talk about sports, work, leisure and anything under the sun, online dating has become one of the most personalized meetings in history.
"Dating on Demand has been a phenomenon since we launched it nationally, with video profiles of participants viewed more than 34 million times.
This year, we're taking it to the next level by teaming up with Ziddio to help single models looking for love find possible matches with our viewers," said Matt Strauss, Senior Vice President of Content Acquisition and Development for Comcast.
Previous contests have included Ten Day Take, in partnership with Endemol USA, giving aspiring producers the opportunity to have their concept for a television show produced, and Urban Legend: Redux, inviting viewers to film their own scary take on popular urban legends.
In addition, recently announced a partnership with Facebook, the Internet's leading social utility, that will allow Facebook users to create and share user-generated videos and give them the chance to become part of a new television series titled Facebook Diaries.
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