"When readers open their newspapers Monday morning, they will discover a Wall Street Journal fashioned to the tastes of the man who revolutionized media markets from Australia to North America. With its increased focus on politics, international news, culture and sports, Murdoch's reconceived Journal represents nothing short of a formal declaration of war on that most venerable of journalistic institutions, The New York Times".Todo el reportaje, aquí.
"Under Murdoch, news stories on politics and national and international affairs may just as often dominate page one as the business pieces that have been its bread and butter. Along with the refocused front page, Murdoch is effectively relaunching the entire A section as a catchall for general news. As of Monday, the second section, Marketplace, becomes home to the Journal's coverage of corporate America, while the third section, Money and Investing, remains the showcase for news of the financial markets and investing. A culture section is under development for a fall debut in the Journal's weekend edition, and Murdoch has added a weekly sports page. The op-ed section, famous for its erudite and influential espousal of conservative ideology, will grow to three pages from two."
Apuntes, comentarios, noticias y ocurrencias relacionadas con el periodismo económico, escrito desde el Seminario ICJCE de Periodismo Económico de la Facultad de Comunicación de la Universidad de Navarra.
22 abril 2008
Journal vs Times
Si les interesa la evolución - que no revolución - del Wall Street Journal tras su compra por Murdoch, no dejen de leer el completo reportaje publicado ayer lunes por Johnnie L. Roberts en Newsweek:
Por Alfonso Vara Miguel a las 12:38 a. m.
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