WSJ Cancels Live Broadcasts in Favor of On Demand Video

At first glance, WSJ app users may only notice the name and logo change. What was once WSJ Live is now WSJ Video, reports
At first glance, WSJ app users may only notice the name and logo change. What was once WSJ Live is now WSJ Video, reports Nieman Lab. Why? The Wall Street Journal is adapting its video strategy. This shift follows a May announcement that the Journal was canceling live digital broadcasts at 8:30 am, 10:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. Among the shows being canceled is WSJ Live's News Hub, a five-year old news program hosted by…...

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