CNNMoney Expands Online Video Presence With Eight New Shows

CNNMoney_LOGO2.0.gifEverybody wants to be a video star these days! And by everybody we mean websites fighting to remain relevant online. Earlier this week Reuters announced it was launching a new video-on-demand service, and this morning on the Menu ABC’s Rick Klein spoke of the network’s push to offer more original online video.

Now CNNMoney “the most-popular source of business-news video on the Web” has revealed they are partnering with Time Inc.’s business magazines and sister cable network CNN and have unveiled eight new online business shows. According to the WSJ CNNMoney devotes about a quarter of its editorial budget to Web video, which “has helped it grab the online-video mantle from Yahoo Inc., AOL and other Internet hubs that long dominated business news online.” Take a look at the line-up after the jump. Meanwhile, our own Chris Ariens paid a visit to the fifth floor newsroom at Time Warner Center where “writers, editors and producers all collaborate providing content across multiple platforms” including the newly launched programs. You can watch his video tour here.

*Conscious Capitalism: An interview series with some of the biggest names in philanthropy to show how philanthropists are trying to tackle social issues or effect change through the power of money

* New Money: A profile series featuring young entrepreneurs and executives who are developing radical businesses and earning small fortunes at a young age

* Strategy Session: An interview series with big thinkers — economists, strategists and portfolio managers — on the economy, markets and investor relations

* Small Biz Tech: John Blum’s video series in which he reviews the latest gadgets, gizmos and techno-tools designed to improve efficiency for small businesses

* The Score: The Business of soprts

* Help Desk: A video series hosted by our personal finance experts who will answer real people’s questions about money. Questions will come from men on the street, ireport and emails to CNNMoney