No, even if the marketing budget is high you have to assume that people who have the wii are already satisfied with it. The consumer also only has to pay $200 to get a wii with motionplus and two games, where it'll be like $300-$400 for console(assuming they don't already own PS3/360) and peripheral for move/kinect, not including subcontrollers for move. Also, Kinect only has 2 player local support which mildly defeats the purpouse of the whole "get your family together" aspect.
I like the bombcast (it's probably my favorite gaming podcast) but it's not like other sites don't have good ones too. I don't care about the mobile site, and feel it's just a waste of money. I like Screened and the other Whiskey Sites, but there just isn't enough incentive to pay for something other sites provide free.