Tracy, ex WSJ, joining Capitol Account

Former Wall Street Journal reporter Ryan Tracy is joining Capitol Account to cover financial regulation. Capitol Account is a daily newsletter that covers the intersection between Washington and finance. Tracy was covering tech policy for the Journal in its Washington bureau. Tracy focused on the government’s interactions with the largest U.S. tech companies. His work in the […]

Wall Street Journal seeks a senior video journalist in New York

Do you want to make creative, informative and deeply-reported technology videos? Do you want to be part of a team that interviews the top technology leaders and helps people better understand our complicated connected world? The Wall Street Journal video department is seeking a highly creative and technically savvy senior video journalist to join our […]

Wall Street Journal seeks audience strategists

The Wall Street Journal is seeking audience strategists to help define what we cover and how we cover it. You will be working with a team of editors and journalists in the U.S., Europe and Asia to ensure our journalism engages our subscribers and reaches a wide audience in the most compelling way. The job […]

Wall Street Journal seeks a London based audio producer

The Wall Street Journal is looking for a London-based audio producer for our podcasting team. You will work with newsroom reporters and editors, as well as video colleagues, to develop and produce daily news briefs and podcasts. A professional background in audio journalism, top-notch writing skills and strong experience producing in the studio and the […]

Wall Street Journal seeks a bankruptcy reporter

The Wall Street Journal is looking for a reporter to cover corporate distress and bankruptcy. This is a high energy job for someone who wants to be able to cover the big corporate upheavals, including the bankruptcies of crypto companies and retailers. The ideal candidate will have a sharp eye for details that bring these […]

Wall Street Journal seeks a senior translation editor, Tokyo

The Wall Street Journal is seeking an experienced translator and leader to bring The Wall Street Journal’s coverage to life in Japanese and help manage a group of translators and editors. In this position, you will help ensure the top quality of the Japanese Wall Street Journal, our online Japanese language edition. You will be […]

WSJ hires Coffman as video journalist

The Wall Street Journal has hired McKenzie Coffman as an associate video journalist. She has been working working at “Marketplace” as a social video intern. She also worked at Spotlight Agency as a project coordinator. Coffman holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from UCLA and a master’s degree in journalism from Northwestern University.

The Wall Street Journal is looking for writers

The Wall Street Journal is looking for stories about personal technology to lifestyle gear, that will appear online and in the Saturday paper. ABOUT THE COMPANY The Wall Street Journal is known for its award-winning business journalism and unrivaled coverage of global markets, politics, world news, tech, arts and life. Its weekend lifestyle section, Off […]

NY Times taps WSJ’s Yuan as editor

The New York Times has hired Elizabeth Yuan as a senior staff editor on the flexible editing desk. Yuan joins from The Wall Street Journal, where she has worked for 9 years, recently as a publishing editor. Before that, she was an interactive news writer for She has also worked at CNN for 14 […]

WSJ seeks WSJ+ coordinator in London

The Wall Street Journal is looking for a WSJ+ coordinator in London who can: Lead initiatives to track, report on, and improve member activation and engagement with WSJ+ Execute targeted marketing campaigns to drive member activation and engagement Conduct research into partner prospects to assist in the development of new member benefit Manage shared reporting […]