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Gorkana Breakfast Briefing
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Stephen Fidler
Bureau Chief Brussels, The Wall Street Journal/ Dow Jones Newswires
Profile
Profile
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Publications
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History
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1882
1889
1967
1967-
1996
Launch of Dow Jones’ first product: brief news bulletins called “Flimsies”, which were...
History
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1996
2003
2008
Launch of The Wall Street Journal Online (WSJ.com) as a paid news website
Launch of The Wall Stre...
Newsroom Structure
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•Stephen Fidler, bureau chief (NATO, eurozone economics, general EU policy)
•Laurence Norman, deputy ...
Key Facts
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•Dow Jones has nearly 2000 journalists in more than 75 bureaus in over 50 countries
•There are 10 versions of ...
WSJ BOILERPLATE
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The Wall Street Journal is a global news organization that
provides leading news, information, commentar...
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Gorkana Breakfast Briefing with Stephen Fidler, Bureau Chief Brussels, The Wall Street Journal/ Dow Jones Newswires.

Date: 4 February 2015
Location: Brussels

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Gorkana Breakfast Briefing with The Wall Street Journal - Dow Jones Newswires

  1. 1. Gorkana Breakfast Briefing 1 Hosted by Diskutieren Sie mit auf @Gorkana_DE
  2. 2. 2 Stephen Fidler Bureau Chief Brussels, The Wall Street Journal/ Dow Jones Newswires Profile
  3. 3. Profile 3
  4. 4. Publications 4
  5. 5. History 5 1882 1889 1967 1967- 1996 Launch of Dow Jones’ first product: brief news bulletins called “Flimsies”, which were hand delivered throughout the day to traders at the stock exchange. Later aggregated into printed daily summary called the “Customer’s Afternoon Letter” The Wall Street Journal publishes for the first time: An afternoon newspaper which covers four pages and sells for two cents Dow Jones Newswires begins a major expansion outside of the U.S. that ultimately places journalists in every major financial center in Europe, Asia, Latin America, Australia, and Africa A series of launches, acquisitions, and joint ventures including: •Factiva •The Wall Street Journal Asia •The Wall Street Journal Europe •MarketWatch •WSJ Weekend Edition Launches and Acquisitions The Early Years Gaining Momentum
  6. 6. History 6 1996 2003 2008 Launch of The Wall Street Journal Online (WSJ.com) as a paid news website Launch of The Wall Street Journal's Chinese language edition; the Journal's first local language website Launch of WSJ Mobile Reader for BlackBerry The Digital Evolution 2009 Launch of WSJ Asia and Europe online editions 2010 Launch of award winning WSJ iPad app
  7. 7. Newsroom Structure 7 •Stephen Fidler, bureau chief (NATO, eurozone economics, general EU policy) •Laurence Norman, deputy bureau chief (EU foreign policy, neighborhood policy, EU politics) •Naftali Bendavid (foreign affairs, NATO, social policy) •Matthew Dalton (EU economics, trade, terrorism) •Gabriele Steinhauser (EU energy policy, banking union, international and EU courts) •Tom Fairless (competition and (temporarily) technology) •Viktoria Dendrinou (financial regulation, Greece, Cyprus)
  8. 8. Key Facts 8 •Dow Jones has nearly 2000 journalists in more than 75 bureaus in over 50 countries •There are 10 versions of The Wall Street Journal in seven languages •Newswires publishes over 13,000 news items in 12 languages each day •WSJDN averaged more than 133 million visits per month •The Wall Street Journal has 2.169 million global sales
  9. 9. WSJ BOILERPLATE 9 The Wall Street Journal is a global news organization that provides leading news, information, commentary and analysis. Published by Dow Jones which has nearly 2,000 journalists in more than 75 bureaus around the world, The Wall Street Journal engages readers across print, digital, mobile, social, and video. Building on its heritage as the preeminent source of global business and financial news, the Journal includes coverage of U.S. & world news, politics, arts, culture, lifestyle, sports, and health. It holds 35 Pulitzer Prizes for outstanding journalism.

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