Tuesday, March 3, 2009
Thomson Reuters Plans Video-on-Demand Service
Thomson Reuters will announce on Tuesday an ambitious new video-on-demand service for its financial services clients, with thousands of searchable videos and transcripts on a range of topics, hoping to become a one-stop source for business people.The Web-based service, which will be introduced in the next few months, differs significantly from existing sources of financial news video reports. It has no television outlet and no programming schedule — each piece is viewed only on demand — and it will not be open to the general public.http://www.nytimes.com/2009/03/03/business/media/03reuters.html
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