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Wall Street Journal Interactive Goes Multimedia on the Net

Magazine article Information Today

Wall Street Journal Interactive Goes Multimedia on the Net

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Dow Jones Investor Network (DJIN), a video news service for financial professionals, has announced it is now providing video and audio content for select news stories in the Wall Street Journal Interactive Edition's Money and Investing Update on the Internet.

The integration of DJIN's video and audio content into the Money and Investing Update on the Internet is an extension of the Internet's ability to allow multimedia objects to relate and link to traditional text and graphics elements of a news story. This is the first step of many planned to enable DJIN to capitalize on the Internet's expanding multimedia capabilities.

Dow Jones Investor Network and the Wall Street Journal Interactive Edition recently collaborated on the Money and Investing section's Year-End Review of Markets to create a Video Round Table feature (http://update.wsj.com/update/reference/roundt.htm).

The Video Round Table contains video and audio versions of interviews DJIN conducted with half a dozen prominent market analysts, including Michael Metz of Oppenheimer and Co. and Mary Farrell of PaineWebber Inc., who reflect on 1995 and assess the market's prospects in 1996. …

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