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Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States, 2007/06/22 - Newsthatpays.com - New consumer portal features hundreds of on-demand videos and articles with specific info on making and saving money - NewsThatPays.com / MoneyTalksNews.com.
Money Talks, the nation’s largest independent producer of consumer and personal finance news for television, today announced a new consumer news source: a website that combines “news-you-can-use” television stories with print articles from major news partners from around the web.
“What separates newsthatpays.com from other sites is that it’s built around video from the ground up," says CEO Stacy Johnson. “Newsthatpays.com is exactly what the name promises: simple stories, in both print and video, offering specific advice to put money in your pocket and keep in there.”
Johnson is the CEO of Money Talks News, a syndicated news service that for nearly 20 years has provided consumer and personal finance news to more than 80 network-affiliated television newsrooms nationwide, and more recently to major websites including Yahoo! Finance. Newsthatpays.com offers more than 100 consumer videos divided into categories including “Cars” “College” “Credit and Debt” “Work and Family” “Insurance” “Investing” “Real Estate” and “Income Taxes.” Each category contains 10 or more evergreen videos, as well as dozens of articles from major national news partners, including Bankrate.com.
“Video is still in its infancy on the web, but as broadband penetration increases, more and more people will demand it.” continued Johnson. “So another significant part of our business model is to provide our entire library of news stories to other websites without cost.”
The video syndication feature offered by newsthatpays.com allows any approved website full use of a continually updated, ad-supported video library via either embedded player or RSS feed. Webmasters need only click on a simple “Add Our Video To Your Site” link.
Johnson concluded, “If you want advice on managing money, you no longer have to surf from site to site to read it, or move from desk to den to watch it.”