OLD Media Moves

Albany Times Union to offer WSJ Sunday

September 5, 2007

Posted by Chris Roush

The Albany Times Union said in Wednesday’s newspaper that it will begin running content from the Wall Street Journal in its Sunday business section.

A short story stated, “The arrangement will provide readers with strong personal financial guidance prepared by Journal staffers specifically for newspapers’ Sunday editions.

Albany Times Union“Features include Tip of the Week, offering tips on timely personal finance issues; Investor’s Calendar, listing the week’s news that will affect reader investments; Love & Money, focusing on financial issues confronting young families; In Translation, deciphering investment jargon; Ask Dow Jones, providing expert answers to tax and personal finance questions; and Health Costs, looking at the finances of health care.

“‘We’re thrilled about this addition to our newspaper,’ said Rex Smith, vice president and editor of the Times Union. ‘This change allows us to offer more personal finance information on topics ranging from retirement planning and auto financing to health care and technology tips from the top reporters in financial journalism.'”

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