Tagged: The Wall Street Journal

WSJ wins three Human Rights Press Awards

The Wall Street Journal has won three categories in the 24th Human Rights Press Awards announced Wednesday. Journal reporters Natasha Khan, Joyu Wang, John Lyons, Chun Han Wong, Wenxin Fan, Mike Bird, Lucy Craymer,...

WSJ launches “Flexicle” article feature

The Wall Street Journal’s research and development arm, in conjunction with its markets team, has launched a new “Flexicle” article feature. The experimental feature is designed to make The Journal’s coverage more accessible and...

WSJ announces 2020 interns

Wall Street Journal assistant managing editor Sarah Rabil sent out the following on Friday: >We’re delighted to introduce you to the future of journalism: our 2020 interns. The bios they provided are impressive—and fun—to...

How the WSJ is helping readers plan for news

Cory Schouten, the new formats editor of The Wall Street Journal, writes about how the paper has launched a calender feature for its readers. Schouten writes, “This question, delivered to our internal newsroom Idea...

WSJ hires Levitt as graphics reporter

Daniel Levitt has joined The Wall Street Journal on the graphics team as a graphics reporter. His new role begins May 4. Previously, he was working with The Guardian on the organization’s visuals team...

WSJ seeks associate book editor

The Wall Street Journal’s Opinion section is looking for an editor to edit daily and weekend book reviews tailored for the global audience of the Journal’s print edition and website. You will also copy-edit...