FT.com reports the CNBC site that’s in beta testing will have video interviews as well as real-time charts behind a subscription wall. The site is expected to launch in the U.S. at the end of the year. Also, the FT story updates NBC’s relaunch of iVillage. “It may be as common to see iVillage bringing material to the Today Show as the Today Show bringing material to iVillage,” said Bob Wright, NBC CEO. Also of note, Wright said NBC is looking at small acquisitions of marketing services companies. (Via PaidContent)
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