WSJ named hottest publication in business news
The Wall Street Journal has been named the hottest business news publication of the year by Adweek.
Patrick Kulp writes, “As other publications saw digital advertising spend plummet this year amid the pandemic, the Journal managed to log an ad revenue uptick of 4% over last year and traffic and audience growth of 86%. Meanwhile, the leading business newspaper has been steadily lessening its reliance on such revenue flows, growing its subscriber base to 3 million this year (2.2 million digital-only). The quality of its business journalism remains top-notch, with the publication leading coverage on stories like investigations into Amazon’s dealings with sellers and how Google manages its search algorithm.”
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