The Guardian also indulges in the perks of modern technologies such as video and audio and and and … in their online version.
The video content is as wide as topics covered in their news stories, and mostly produced by themselves (if not, it’s mentioned):
- Video interviews – most common videos
- Video ads (they also have a short ad before completely different videos, e.g. interviews)
- (UK and world) news
- Short documentaries
- Music, technology…
They incorporate news stories and video clips, but also have videos that are a completely independent thing. They do seem to try new things out a lot.
Something questionable is a compulsory 15sec of ads before all videos. Guess they’re only struggling for survival in the crunched away money-oriented world.