MSN Money and Morningstar Collaborate to Provide Streaming Video Content to Users

Morningstar Inc., a leading provider of independent investment research, and Microsoft Corp., a worldwide leader in software, services and solutions, today announced that they have entered into an agreement to offer streaming video segments from Morningstar stock and fund analysts on MSN Money. Morningstar is providing stock and fund video reports, analyst commentary on news […]

Morningstar Inc., a leading provider of independent investment research, and Microsoft Corp., a worldwide leader in software, services and solutions, today announced that they have entered into an agreement to offer streaming video segments from Morningstar stock and fund analysts on MSN Money.

Morningstar is providing stock and fund video reports, analyst commentary on news events, and mutual fund manager interviews on the MSN Money Web site. MSN is the first media portal to license Morningstar’s video content, which can be accessed at http://money.msn.com/video. The addition of Morningstar’s video content to the growing collection of multimedia available on MSN Money enables users to access up-to-date information, analysis and tools as well as helpful segments from MSN editors.

“For more than a decade, Morningstar has been providing investment data and editorial content to MSN Money in the United States and international markets,” said Joe Mansueto, chairman and chief executive officer of Morningstar. “The addition of video content is a natural extension of our relationship and allows us to further leverage the knowledge and rigor of our stock and fund analyst team. With more than 12 million unique viewers monthly, the MSN Money Web site allows us to bring our practical insights and unique long-term approach to investment analysis to a broad audience of investors.”

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