A couple days ago, I noted that print publications and TV studios are beginning to create very similar products.  It comes as no surprise that The Street.com, a financial publication which recently announced a syndication partnership with Wallstrip (Tilzy.TV page), just launched a broadband TV channel powered by Brightcove


The “channel” features a variety (and significant quantity) of videos, from commentary and executive interviews to market updates and business strategy sessions.  They are well-produced and match perfectly the voice of TheStreet.com.

Want televised stock tips on your timetable? Check out Cramer on Demand. Or for finance-style humor, catch 5 Dumbest Things on Wallstreet.

TheStreet.com has disabled the ability to embed Brightcove videos, and they seemed to have quarantined videos to a specific area of their website.  Both bad ideas.  Videos gain exposure with contextual references, and they offer an excellent way to drive traffic to a website. 

An inevitable development, but noteworthy nonetheless.  How does such increased demand for niche video affect the market of video producers?

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