WSJ revamps Greater New York section
The Wall Street Journal debuted Monday a refreshed look and a broadened range of news and features for Greater New York, its stand-alone section dedicated to coverage of the New York metropolitan area.
Greater New York now has a daily section line-up with recurring weekly themes that showcases the Journal’s coverage of New York.
The daily line-up, which will run on the fourth page of the section, is:
- Property Monday: News on the deals and the movers and shakers in the city’s commercial real-estate sector;
- Theater Tuesday: Examines Broadway’s box offices successes and struggles and highlights conversations with the performers on stage and artists behind the scenes;
- Food & Drink Wednesday: What’s new in New York’s food scene, from restaurant openings and closings to the latest tricks and trends among cooks, food-truck operators, bartenders and diners;
- Spaces Thursday: A visually rich look at unique residential, commercial and public spaces around New York and the region;
- Feedback Friday: Letters to the editor from Greater New York readers weighing in on our coverage of the region; and
- Open House Saturday: A dive into the real-estate market of one community in the tri-state area, including representative listings and details on neighborhood transportation, schools, dining and entertainment.
“Greater New York’s coverage over the past five years has become central to conversations around the region and beyond, including scoops like the recent board clashes at Carnegie Hall and a series of exclusives on the George Washington Bridge lane closures,” said Gerard Baker, editor in chief of The Journal, in a statement. “Today’s changes allow us to extend our commitment to deliver the best reporting on Greater New York to readers everywhere.”