The Wall Street Journal Comes to Facebook

Do you read The Wall Street Journal online?  You don’t have to visit the newspaper’s website to see stories anymore.  A new WSJ Facebook app allows users to access stories from the newspaper without leaving the social media site.

Thanks to app sponsor Dell all content will be free for one month.  After one month users will have to pay for select content.  The app will suggest stories you may be interested in based on what your friends like, and you can check out stories that editors and writers at the WSJ like.  In addition the WSJ is launching an app for iPads, Internet-connected TVs and set-top boxes.

It used to be you had to buy a newspaper to read stories from The Wall Street Journal.  These days you not only can read the WSJ on the newspaper’s website, but now you don’t even have to leave your Facebook account.  Make sure you don’t miss the first free month of the WSJ’s Facebook app!


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Posted on September 21, 2011, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. It would appear that the Wall Street Journal is looking for ways to migrate to the new media. So Facebook will be another way to explore the future of News Papers.

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