MSNBC is moving to expand its video recording platform into a new website.
The platform, dubbed Razer, will debut soon on MSNBC.com, the new web portal announced Tuesday.
The site is designed to connect subscribers to a host of programming from the news and entertainment industry, with more content to be added later.
Razer will allow users to record and store video in HD, 60 frames per second, and can export it to a variety of formats.
Users will also be able to access a “cloud” version of the site where content can be stored and shared.
Razers users will be able stream video content from a wide variety of sources including social media, YouTube, Hulu, and Amazon Prime.
The site also includes a new “News Room” feature where subscribers can receive daily content from the network.
The newsroom features a new interactive feature where viewers can submit their own questions for an on-camera panel to answer.
Users can also submit questions for panelists to answer via email.
MSNBC.org is being redesigned to look similar to a newsroom, which should improve the website’s interface and ease the load for viewers.
In addition, the website will allow subscribers to add “videos” to their subscriptions, allowing them to access videos hosted on the site.
For subscribers, the site will also feature new features including video editing tools, and a searchable database of more than 700,000 video clips and images.