OLD Media Moves

WSJ hires Graham to cover advertising and marketing

August 25, 2021

Posted by Chris Roush

Megan Graham

The Wall Street Journal has hired CNBC.com reporter Meg Graham to cover advertising and marketing.

She had been at CNBC since March 2019 covering the advertising industry and the billions of dollars spent there trying to influence consumers.

Graham previously spent two years as an advertising agency reporter for Ad Age. She covered many of the seismic changes at major ad holding companies, including Martin Sorrell’s departure from WPP and how technology is changing the way agencies work with their clients.

Prior to Ad Age, she wrote about technology and start-ups for the Chicago Tribune. Before that, she covered breaking news and business at the Chicago Sun-Times.

Graham also worked at the Kokomo Tribune as a business reporter. Originally from Chicago, she earned her bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

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