Tagged: New technology

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Line is the WSJ’s fastest-growing app

Messaging application Line has been the Wall Street Journal’s fastest-growing social channel, reaching over 2 million followers since it launched on the Japanese app 15 months ago, reports Lucinda Southern of Digiday. Southern writes, “Publishers...

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WSJ drops LinkedIn share button

The Wall Street Journal is no longer allowing its articles to be shared on LinkedIn, writes Lucia Moses of Digiday. Moses writes, “Apparently severing ties with LinkedIn isn’t an edict yet in News Corp,...

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WSJ plugs pay gap hole at Instapaper

The Wall Street Journal is no longer letting readers view its stories for free on Instapaper, writes Lucia Moses of Digiday. Moses writes, “The bookmarking tool lets you save stripped-down versions of articles in your browser...

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WSJ planning three more apps

The Wall Street Journal plans to launch three more mobile applications in the coming months, reports Lucinda Southern of Digiday. Southern writes, “While the Journal has a main app for its content, the publisher is also...

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Bloomberg adds two podcasts on politics

Bloomberg Politics announced Friday that it will start two podcasts. “Masters in Politics” will be hosted by veteran Washington journalists Tammy Haddad, former executive producer of MSNBC’s “Hardball,” and Betsy Fischer Martin, former executive...