The Wall Street Journal announced Sept. 20 the beta launch of WSJ Social, a Facebook news application that allows users to read, share and comment on content within Facebook.
“It’s an app that will live on Facebook,” said Daniel Bernard, digital product chief of the Journal’s digital network, at a launch party Sept. 19. Read More
Jonathan Krim, currently the local innovations editor at the The Washington Post, is becoming senior deputy managing editor at WSJ.com.
“He’ll join us March 15 and play a lead role in managing WSJ.com and shaping and executing our ambitious online strategy,” said managing editor Kevin Delaney in a staff email. “Jonathan brings a remarkably strong Read More
In early September when Robert Thomson and Tina Gaudoin revealed The Wall Street Journal‘s luxury insert WSJ. at a lavish breakfast for reporters at the Morgan Library, Mr. Thomson, the paper’s managing editor and editor in chief of Dow Jones & Company boasted:
‘The eschatological angst that characterizes much of the newspaper industry does Read More
The Wall Street Journal‘s Christina Binkley asked yesterday: Is Bling Over? Are the super rich—the ones who own yachts, and lots and lots of houses—about to start scaling back?
Maybe! Some are actually losing a ton of money, so it makes sense to do something like, shudder, sell the yacht. And the ones Read More
"I think that’s the point at which you’re all meant to clap."
Tina Gaudoin, editor in chief of WSJ., stood on stage at the Morgan Library on East 36th this morning. She had just presented the first issue of The Wall Street Journal‘s luxury insert, which debuts in this Saturday’s edition of the paper.
The Read More
In the late 1990s and early part of this decade, a young journalist named Andrew Essex was on the rise in Manhattan. He was a Talk of the Town editor at The New Yorker under Tina Brown; then a senior writer at Entertainment Weekly; then executive editor at Fairchild’s revamped Details. There were also stints Read More
The Wall Street Journal is stocking up for its luxury glossy magazine, WSJ., and not surprisingly, it’s importing talent from across the pond. There are several new hires, reports WWD‘s Irin Carmon: Welcome, Jeffrey Podolsky, the New York editor of Tatler and a regular contributor to Luxx, who has been named editor at Read More
Rupert Murdoch said in Switzerland today what he has been threatening for a couple of weeks: WSJ.com isn’t going free—in fact, it may get more expensive.
"We are going to greatly expand and improve the free part of the Wall Street Journal online, but there will still be a strong offering" for subscribers, Read More