In Staff Meetings, Wall Street Journal Clarifies New Mobile-First Strategy
6 days ago - By WWD
During three separate staff meetings Monday, The Wall Street Journal editor in chief Gerard Baker elaborated on the newsroom reorganization he revealed late last week, designed to make the News Corp.-owned publication mobile-first.
That plan, part of parent company Dow Jones' “WSJ 2020,” is being billed as a dramatic re-imagining of content and workflow process to adapt to the digital age. The main thrust of Monday's meetings, according to insiders, was a presentation designed to clarify last week's announcement. Questions were mainly logistical. Baker reiterated that, although positions...
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