Fourth graph, first sentence of release should read: TheStreet first became available in the Kindle Store in 2008 with a blog from its eponymous flagship website. (sted: TheStreet first joined the Kindle family in 2008 with a blog from its eponymous flagship Web site).

The corrected release reads:


Broad, efficient distribution of high-quality market commentary and investment ideas to new audiences through availability in the Kindle Store, Inc. (Nasdaq: TSCM (, a leading digital financial media company, announced today its RealMoney® subscription service is now available via Amazon Kindle for Periodicals and can be purchased in the Kindle Store. Every day, customers will get a new edition of RealMoney downloaded to their Kindle.

RealMoney is part of TheStreet’s suite of Premium Services products and provides investors with daily market commentary, technical analysis, action-oriented investment ideas and detailed recommendations for trading stocks, options, bonds, and commodities from more than 70 Wall Street experts, all presented within the context of the latest market-moving news.

“RealMoney is one of TheStreet’s signature products and a perfect fit for the Kindle audience. Today’s announcement reflects our broader strategic growth plan designed to bring our value-added products to an even wider, more diverse audience of investors across all screens, satisfying our subscribers’ desire to consume our content on distribution platforms they utilize and increasing awareness of the TheStreet and all its quality brands,” said TheStreet CEO Daryl Otte. “RealMoney provides timely market commentary and actionable investment ideas, which is exactly the sort of content that is appreciated by on-the-go readers. And the reading experience is particularly well-suited to Kindle’s best-of breed technology.”

TheStreet first became available in the Kindle Store in 2008 with a blog from its eponymous flagship website. TheStreet blog is the currently the fourth most-popular blog in the Business & Investing category.

“TheStreet has been a pioneer in the electronic distribution of high value information services since the early commercialization of the Internet, and we view Kindle as the next wave to that end,” Otte said.

“We’re excited for the digital financial publisher TheStreet to make subscriptions available on Kindle,” said Peter Larsen, Director, Kindle Periodicals. “Kindle customers have myriad interests, including investing, and we think this is a great addition to the vast selection offered in the Kindle Store.”

TheStreet has announced other recent distribution or content deals with Newsweek, PBS’ Nightly Business Report, GigaOm and socially informed money management website Bundle.

About TheStreet

TheStreet, Inc. is a leading digital financial media company that distributes its content through online, social media, tablet and mobile channels. The Company's network of brands include: TheStreet, RealMoney, Stockpickr, Action Alerts PLUS, Options Profits, ETF Profits, MainStreet and Rate-Watch. For more information on TheStreet’s business, visit here. For financial and business news, actionable trading ideas, stock quotes and more, visit via your web browser, follow TheStreet on Facebook and Twitter, visit from your mobile device and access TheStreet through all major tablet platforms.

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