Announces Free Broadband Video Service

Includes Exclusive NBC News Programming Helped MSN Develop Video Service

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – (, the leader in breaking news and original journalism on the Internet, announces free exclusive news programming from NBC News on MSN Video. helped develop the new service with MSN. 

Users can now view breaking news and top story video on demand with the ability to build play lists, all free of charge, produces nearly 60 video clips a day including programming from NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw, the Today show as well as video from CNBC and MSNBC TV

“We’ve seen for years that people looking for news want to see images.  Whether it’s video of a bearded Saddam Hussein, a Today show concert or updates from the presidential campaign, is committed to keeping news video free on the Web,” said Scott Moore, President & General Manager, “With the innovative technology of Microsoft and the power of NBC News, provides the best news experience online.”

With streaming video growing in popularity and over 56 million consumers currently streaming video or audio each month, MSN offers a high-quality freely available broadband video experience to consumers. Busy consumers can condense programs, watching only the segments that are important to them, as well as combine shows to play back-to-back from multiple sources.

“We’re thrilled to be working with to offer our customers premier content on MSN,” said Yusuf Mehdi, corporate vice president of MSN. “Together we believe our alliance will make MSN a top destination for anyone looking for news.”

Consumers are increasingly turning off their televisions to go online, thus spending less time watching TV. The new MSN video service offers the best of both worlds—the interactive nature of the web and the compelling, moving images of television.

ABOUT MSNBC.COM is a leader in breaking news and original journalism on the Internet. delivers the best of NBC News, MSNBC Cable, CNBC, NBC Sports, MSN, and Newsweek.  MSNBC is a 24-hour cable and Internet joint venture of Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) and NBC News (NYSE: GE.)


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