You live on your BlackBerry; we do, too. Today, TheStreet.com is rolling out our free BlackBerry application that automatically delivers the latest news and analysis from TheStreet.com.
No matter where you are, you can read the latest news, in its entirety, with TheStreet.com for BlackBerry. To get the free application, go to m.thestreet.com on your BlackBerry or visit us on your
laptop or desktop
now to get started.
BlackBerry Meets TheStreet.com
var config = new Array(); config<BRACKET>"videoId"</BRACKET> = 1815780279; config<BRACKET>"playerTag"</BRACKET> = "TSCM Embedded Video Player"; config<BRACKET>"autoStart"</BRACKET> = false; config<BRACKET>"preloadBackColor"</BRACKET> = "#FFFFFF"; config<BRACKET>"useOverlayMenu"</BRACKET> = "false"; config<BRACKET>"width"</BRACKET> = 265; config<BRACKET>"height"</BRACKET> = 255; config<BRACKET>"playerId"</BRACKET> = 1243645856; createExperience(config, 8);
This is different from a regular WAP site that takes time to load. Using "push" technology designed by our partners at Polar Mobile, we're delivering news to you so it's ready when you want it -- you will never wait for a story to download.
You can follow market data, create and edit your custom stock list, choose which news sections you want and more. Because the stories are delivered to your device as they publish here at TheStreet.com, you can read them in full even if you don't have a wireless signal.
In the days and weeks to come, we'll be working with Polar Mobile to build applications for other smartphones. We want to make this a better tool for you, so we need your feedback. Please
with your ideas as you test-drive our new application.
Bill McCandless is a 15-year veteran of local and network TV news. He served as senior producer at CNBC since 2002 where he ran the show units "Squawk Box" and "Closing Bell." Most recently he helped develop and launch the prime time show "On The Money," which he ran, leading up to the time he joined TheStreet.com in July 2007. Prior to that, McCandless led show units at NBC and MSNBC cable. From 1996 to 2000, he was executive producer at WHDH in Boston, overseeing breaking news and daily news coverage for the NBC affiliate's many news broadcasts and its Web site. Earlier, from 1992 to 1996, he worked in several of America's top local TV newsrooms from Tampa, Fla., to Charlotte, N.C. McCandless has been honored in his field as an accomplished producer, having won both an Emmy Award and a National Headliner Award for Breaking News. Additionally, McCandless has received nominations for three National Business News Emmys, one Regional Emmy Award and one Loeb award. McCandless holds a bachelor's degree from Emerson College in Boston, and has participated in graduate studies at Poynter Institute for Media Studies.