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Wall Street Journal Brings WSJ Live Content To New YouTube Channel

In a press release distributed today, The Wall Street Journal announced that it would bring its WSJ Live content on-demand to a dedicated YouTube channel. Previously available through iPad and Internet TV devices, WSJ Live “ brings influencers and decision-makers live news and on-demand video directly from 2000+ reporters across the globe.” The new YouTube channel will host replays of WSJ live content immediately following airing.

The launch also coincides with a new lifestyle program, “Off Duty,” with content presented daily based on the Journal’s Saturday paper, WSJ Weekend. Airing daily at 6 p.m. ET, “Off Duty” will be hosted by reporter Wendy Bounds, and according to the press release, “will bring to life many of its namesake’s features, as well as other culture coverage from the Journal – from food to fashion, music and movies, travel to tech.”

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Wall Street Journal Editor on WSJ Live: ‘This Is A Beast We Want To Feed’

In the short amount of time since WSJ Live launched — barely three weeks ago — the interactive video news app from The Wall Street Journal has already skyrocketed to the top of the charts at Apple’s App Store and been hailed as a “milestone product.” This is making the editors at the Journal very happy.

The app brings live video coverage from the paper’s editorial staff to readers via the iPad, Internet-ready TVs and set-top boxes. Even better, the app is free. (For more, see the profile our sister site FishbowlNY posted.)

“This is a beast we want to feed,” said Neil McIntosh, deputy editor of the Journal‘s Europe edition. “WSJ Live is a big, big step journalistically and editorially.” Read more