The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) launched a YouTube channel that features content from its collection of video programming. The channel will showcase "Off Duty," a daily lifestyle show debuting Feb. 1 that is based on the section of the same name from WSJ Weekend. The show includes coverage of cultural topics, from technology and travel to food and movies.
"Off Duty" will air each business day at 6 p.m. ET on WSJ.com and WSJ Live, the journal's interactive video application. Immediately after airing, the program will be available on-demand via YouTube and additional channels. Live episodes begin Monday, Feb. 6.
The show will be hosted by WSJ reporter Wendy Bounds and will regularly feature reporters, critics, columnists, and editors from across WSJ and Dow Jones & Co. OppenheimerFunds is the exclusive launch sponsor of the WSJ YouTube channel.