Introducing Tradestreaming, Digiday Media’s newest media brand

At Digiday Media, we dig deep into how tech is changing businesses. And it’s not just in the media and marketing industry.

In May, we took the big next step with the launch of Glossy, providing daily reported analysis into how technology is changing the fashion and luxury business. Now, Digiday Media is turning its attention to finance, with the re-launch of Tradestreaming, a new Digiday Media vertical devoted to the big story of how technology is changing the world of finance.

Tradestreaming started out as a media site launched by Zack Miller, an influential voice in the financial technology industry. Zack helped build Seeking Alpha and is the author of “Tradestream Your Way to Profits.” Along with his partner, founder of ad tech firm Peer39 Amiad Solomon, Miller quickly carved out a niche for Tradestreaming as an important voice in the world of financial technology, or fintech.

Today, we’re taking the wraps off a new Tradestreaming, our third media title in the Digiday Media family. The site was rebuilt from the ground up, with design help from Claudia Chow of Studio Chow and development led by the Digiday Media chief product officer Peter Surrena and lead developer Cort Harlow. Zack is leading the editorial coverage with his team of seasoned journalists based in Jerusalem. Tradestreaming is focused on the massive shifts happening right now with the disruptive tech innovations in currencies, consumer banking, private equity, venture capital and much more.

We aim to do with Tradestreaming what we’ve done with Digiday in a fintech market that is four times the size of the media and marketing tech industries. In addition to the Tradestreaming media property, we are launching a new event, the Tradestreaming Money Conference in November in New York City. Tradestreaming will have a new content-marketing business built into it with our agency Custom, and in the near future, it will include a careers hub, too.

We will continue to build the Tradestreaming editorial and business teams, both in New York and Jerusalem.

Please take a look for yourself at Tradestreaming, the new daily must-read among influencers obsessed with the disruption of traditional finance by fintech.

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