The Wall Street Journal says it wants to help readers identify opinion pieces — but the campaign’s real audience may be its own newsroom
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February 18, 20214 min read, 846 words

The Wall Street Journal says it wants to help readers identify opinion pieces — but the campaign’s real audience may be its own newsroomThe Wall Street Journal says it wants to help readers identify opinion pieces — but the campaign’s real audience may be its own newsroom

Sarah Scire
Published: February 18, 2021  |  4 min read, 846 words
HOME          LATEST STORY                    Feb. 9, 2021, 10:29 a.m.The campaign reflects an “increasingly digital” readership, including new subscribers without the experience of holding clearly separated news and opinion sections in their hands.There’s an at The Wall Street J...
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