WSJ seeks a reporter to cover the business of social media

The Wall Street Journal is seeking a reporter to cover the business of social media. At a time of extraordinary tumult in this industry, this reporter would zero in on the core operations at Facebook/Meta, Snap, Twitter, TikTok and other companies that are seeking new ways to ensure continued growth in revenue and profit at […]

WSJ hires Baxter to be editor of “The Journal” podcast

The Wall Street Journal has hired Annie Baxter to be an editor for “The Journal” podcast. Baxter previously was at American Public Media’s “Marketplace” radio show. She spent the last four years as a senior producer and editor. She was also a reporter for the show focusing on food and agriculture. Baxter also worked for Minnesota Public […] hires Waters as DC-based video producer has hired Carlos Waters as its first digital video producer based in its Washington bureau. Waters is responsible for developing stories on policy, urban planning, and markets for the markets and politics team. He previously was a senior video journalist at The Wall Street Journal. He also worked at Vox as a multimedia […]

WSJ hires AP’s Pisani for speed and trending desk

The Wall Street Journal has hired Joseph Pisani as a reporter on its speed and trending desk. Pisani has been at the Associated Press covering retail and online shopping. He has been at the AP since December 2010. Pisani holds a master’s degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.

WSJ seeks an audiences voices reporter

The Wall Street Journal is looking for a Reporter to join the Audience Voices team. This small team moderates audience conversations, implements engagement strategies, works with new digital tools, and writes stories that give voice to our audience. In this role, you will help to highlight the expertise of our readers and to enable meaningful […]

WSJ’s Raice named interim law bureau chief

Shayndi Raice, Midwest bureau chief, based in Chicago for the Wall Street Journal, will be taking on the role of interim law bureau chief. Raice has been with the Journal for 11 years, previously serving as a telecom reporter, technology reporter, banking reporter, M&A reporter and national reporter. She has previously also interned at Dow […]

Hearst Magazines hires WSJ’s Seth as senior VP

Kabir Seth, the chief operating officer of digital experience and strategy and head of product strategy at The Wall Street Journal, has been hired by Hearst Magazines as senior vice president of product and technology. At The Journal, he was responsible for executing and overseeing the Journal’s digital product experience. He was at The Journal […]

WSJ Pro seeks an editing chief

WSJ’s Professional Products team is looking for a seasoned journalist and editor to oversee its team of 10+ desk editors. You will coordinate story plans and editing assignments across the Professional groups. This includes newsletter content, daily and feature stories. You will help ensure that all Professional content meets the highest quality, adheres to WSJ […]

WSJ seeks a Careers and Work columnist

The Wall Street Journal is looking for a creative, enterprising journalist to write a reported column about the quirks, realities and frustrations of workplaces today. This weekly column would give voice to workers far from the C-suite at a pivotal moment for companies, digging into the turf battles on Slack, the issues young people encounter […]

WSJ seeks an auto industry reporter

The Wall Street Journal is seeking a seasoned reporter to join our global autos team in Detroit. This is a fast-paced, news-heavy beat with ample opportunity to have impact covering a wide range of topics through the lens of the world’s biggest car companies. The auto industry is going through immense technological change at this […]