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HotJobs.com, Juno Strike Content Alliance

Net services provider Juno Online Services Inc. and HotJobs.com Ltd. Wednesday forged an alliance under which the online career services provider will become the sole employment listings content supplier on Juno's site.

Financial details were not disclosed.

The move indicates Juno's (JWEB) strong interest in offering popular Web brand content to its clients through co-branding.

In October, Juno paired with News Corp.'s (NWS) online unit News Digital Media to offer Fox-branded entertainment, news, sports and business programming on the Web. News Corp. owns a 9 percent stake in Juno.

HotJobs said it shares Juno's co-branding strategy.

"Our goal from day one has been to form alliances with Internet properties that stand head and shoulders above the competition in terms of user service and user loyalty," said Richard Johnson, president and chief executive officer of HotJobs.com (HOTJ). "In Juno, we've found the ideal ally for HotJobs.com -- a highly committed company that is appreciated and trusted by its large member base."

HotJobs.com, which lists over 50,000 job postings and posts more than 620,000 resumes, is considered one of the leading online job sites according to an independent poll conducted by Opinion Research Corp. International.