OLD Media Moves

WSJ launches San Fran edition

November 5, 2009

The Wall Street Journal launched a San Francisco Bay Area edition focusing on local news and events, on Thursday.

The content appears locally every Thursday in the A-section of the print Journal. In addition, WSJ.com will provide regularly updated local news and information at WSJ.com/SF.

The Journal plans to offer coverage of a wide range of topics of interest to local readers in the San Francisco Bay Area, including local business news, economics, technology, cultural activities, sports, politics and education issues.

The Journal has covered local news in the Bay Area since the opening of its San Francisco bureau in 1929, shortly before the market crash. The bureau currently leads the Journal’s coverage of the tech industry and Silicon Valley, California state politics and a wide range of general California news, from housing to economics.

The Journal reaches an audience of more than 92,000 readers in the San Francisco market.

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