WSJ’s Lewellyn joins Vox Media as “Today, Explained” producer

Amanda Lewellyn, a Wall Street Journal development producer, has joined Vox Media to work on its flagship product “Today, Explained” as a producer. She previously was a fill-in host and producer for the “Tech News Briefing” podcast at The Journal. Lewellyn has been at The Journal since November 2019, producing across multiple podcasts, including “Tech News Briefing” […]

WSJ’s O’Neal named executive editor of The Dispatch

  Adam O’Neal will join The Dispatch as executive editor. Recently, O’Neal was an editorial page writer at The Wall Street Journal. Before that, he was an assistant op-ed editor. Prior to joining the Journal, O’Neal was a Vatican correspondent at the international TV news agency Rome Reports. Before that, he was a general assignment […]

WSJ seeks a newsletter writer for The 10-Point

The Wall Street Journal is looking for an energetic Newsletter Writer for The 10-Point, our flagship newsletter for Journal members. You will be in charge of writing the soon-to-launch Saturday and Sunday editions of The 10-Point. You will also act as the lead writer on a series of pop-up newsletters and help with projects such […]

WSJ’s Jakab on making the switch from Wall Street to business journalism

Wall Street Journal staffer Spencer Jakab, who edits the “Heard on the Street” column, spoke with “The World According to Boyar” podcast host Jonathan Boyer about his career and his new book. Here is an excerpt: Jakab: I spent almost a decade as, first, a country analyst, and then I became head of equity research actually for […]

WSJ seeks an audio producer for its podcast team

The Wall Street Journal is seeking an experienced audio producer to join our dynamic podcast team. This role will be working with the daily What’s News podcast. We are a growing audio team that works across many areas of the WSJ newsroom to produce quality, balanced, news-driven podcasts on topics that range from politics, personal […]

Bustillo named US news editor at WSJ

Miguel Bustillo, global energy and climate editor at The Wall Street Journal, is becoming its U.S. news editor. Bustillo joined the Journal in 2008 to cover Wal-Mart and other retailers. He has been global energy and climate editor for the past nine months. As an editor, he oversaw U.S. news coverage of the western U.S., […]

Pinsker departs Buy Side from WSJ

Beth Pinsker, the personal finance editor at Buy Side from WSJ, is leaving after joining the organization in March. Buy Side is a separate content team from the Journal’s newsroom. Previously, Pinsker was director, editorial services at Fidelity Investments in Boston. She has also worked as a columnist and deputy personal finance editor at Reuters. […]

The strategy behind Buy Side from WSJ

Kayleigh Barber of Digiday interviewed Dow Jones & Co. chief revenue officer Josh Stinchcomb and Buy Side from WSJ head of content Leslie Yazel about the strategy behind the personal finance website. Here is an excerpt: Yazel: We have consumer goods that we’re selling and we also have personal finance advice, which we also can monetize. But at the heart […]

WSJ’s Reiss joins the NY Times as photo editor

The following was sent out from The New York Times deputy picture editor Beth Flynn and director of photography Meaghan Looram: We are delighted to welcome Stephen Reiss back to The New York Times photo department. He will be working with the National and Investigations desks. Stephen was most recently a photo editor at The […]

WSJ hires Wertheim from NY Times for styles desk

The Wall Street Journal has hired Bonnie Wertheim to be deputy editor in its new styles news desk. She will start next week. Wertheim has been at The New York Times for the past eight years, most recently as a senior staff editor for news stories and features on technology and internet culture. She also worked as […]