C-Suite TV Debuts, Offers Advice for the Boardroom
Business leaders now have an on-demand video network to call their own, thanks to one Bloomberg host's online venture.
Bringing some business acumen to the world of online video, C-Suite TV is launching today. Created by Bloomberg TV host and author Jeffrey Hayzlett, the on-demand video network offers interviews with and shows about business execs. It promises inside information on business trends and the discussions taking place in the biggest boardrooms.
"I created C-Suite TV to bring the best business programming to you without waiting for the big guys to get on board," Hayzlett says. "The business world is looking for television programming to inspire, teach, and motivate leaders. C-Suite TV delivers this and more."
The network's flagship show is "MYOB," where Hayzlett interviews business leaders. In the first episode, he talks with the C-level execs of Mitel.
Viewers can also watch the first season of "The C-Suite with Jeffrey Hayzlett," which originally ran on Bloomberg. So far, those are the network's only two programs.
C-Suite TV partnered with Piksel and uses the Piksel Video Platform.
"We're thrilled to partner with a business innovator and communicator the caliber of Jeffrey Hayzlett," says Kevin Joyce, Piksel's chief commercial officer. "Using the Piksel Video Platform from the Piksel Palette menu of services Jeffrey will be able to focus on what he does best -- creating content, promoting that content, and satisfying his viewers."
Profitable from day one, Piksel has retained KIT's customers and hopes to regain trust within the industry.