First on TVNewser: CNBC.com’s Dec. 4 relaunch is promising a “revolutionary financial news experience” including “exclusive live events and video on demand.”
But what does that really mean? Here’s a hint: The site’s subscription service, “CNBC Plus,” will allow users “to watch CNBC live right on your computer,” according to an e-mail some individuals received earlier this month.
It sounds a bit like CNN Pipeline, an e-mailer says. A monthly subscription to “CNBC Plus” will provide access to three commerical-free live streams: CNBC U.S., CNBC Asia Pacific, and CNBC Europe. (Perhaps it will cost $9.95 a month.)
According to the e-mail, the service will also provide access to 10,000 videos “with over 500 more added every week.” It launches next Monday…
> Also: Here’s a demo of the video player…
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