WSJ radio tops 100 stations
The Wall Street Journal Radio Network announced Monday that its morning business-news radio show, ‘The Wall Street Journal This Morning,’ is now syndicated on 100 stations nationwide.
New additions to the lineup include: WGST-AM Atlanta, WWL-AM/FM New Orleans, WTAR-AM Norfolk, WLAC-AM Nashville, KCOL-AM Ft. Collins, WBUV-FM Biloxi and WCME-FM Portland, Maine.“We are proud of the success of our programs. ‘The Wall Street Journal This Morning’ and ‘The Wall Street Journal This Weekend,’ continue to provide the most compelling and informative hour of business news on the radio,” said Nancy Abramson, executive director, The Wall Street Journal Radio Network. “Host Gordon Deal and news anchor Gina Cervetti offer theperfect blend of money news, personality and humor to early morning radio.”
The one-hour show, hosted by Deal, is the first look at the day’s top business news and information. The weekend version, ‘The Wall Street Journal This Weekend,’ covers the top business stories of the week along with original weekend coverage. Recent affiliates to the weekend show include: WGST-AM Atlanta, WHJJ-AM Providence, WWL-AM/FM New Orleans, WBWT-FM Tallahassee and WCME-FM Portland, Maine.
‘The Wall Street Journal This Morning’ and ‘The Wall Street Journal This Weekend’ are available as podcasts on WSJ.com, the largest paid subscription business-news web site (wsj.com/podcasts). The podcasts are also available for radio station affiliates to download to their own web sites.