Every year, eight times. The print version of WSJ. Magazine is published eight times a year and covers modern culture and the luminaries influencing it with exclusive pieces and award-winning photography from the worlds of entertainment, fashion, design, art, cuisine, travel, and more. It's like an all-access pass to the world's most interesting places and people.
In addition to printed articles, the magazine features several interactive components including news clips at the top of each issue that allow readers to see how events have unfolded or photos they've selected from across the entire archive. There are also podcasts, video interviews, and live events covered in the magazine. Subscribe today!
Issues are released on March 31, June 30, September 30, December 31, and three biannual issues in April and July--and the first one is always best!
Covers topics such as technology, science, medicine, business, politics, sports, food, fashion, arts, movies, music, books--you name it!
Contents include reviews of new products, interviews with influential people, recipes from home cooks like you, tips from expert sources, spotlights on businesses big and small, and much more.
Written by journalists based in different cities around the world, the magazine offers a unique perspective on what's happening now in cultures across the globe.
WSJ.com attracts 42 million digital users every month who are looking for news and information that is important to their professional and personal lives. The newspaper's audience is split nearly evenly between men and women, and people across all age groups read articles on the site.
The Wall Street Journal Digital News Report available at http://online.wsj.com/newsroom/digital-news-report/ shows that online readership trends vary by category but overall digital traffic from desktop computers and mobile devices continues to rise. In 2014, visitors to the Journal website came from all 50 states and 150 countries. They read an average of 4.1 stories per visit -- more than any other newspaper in the world.
The Journal reports that its mobile website saw more than 70 million page views last year, a number that is expected to grow significantly this year. In fact, digital advertising revenues from the Journal's website will account for almost half of its total revenue by 2017.
So which cities are reading the most content from the Wall Street Journal website? Los Angeles takes top spot, with women reading primarily use up time before a flight and men reading for work purposes. New Yorkers read the most articles overall - probably because so many people are busy with their jobs and have less time to read.
Never Miss An Issue from the Wall Street Journal The Wall Street Journal sells original print editions of WSJ, the world's top premium magazine. It also sells digital and mobile products across platforms. Its publications are read by millions of people around the world every day.
Its parent company, Dow Jones & Company, is one of the largest newspaper publishers in the United States. Founded in 1884, it has offices in New York, London, and Singapore. The Wall Street Journal is an internationally recognized news source that provides daily coverage of business, politics, lifestyle, culture, science, technology, and sports.
Readers can access content online, via their mobile devices, through WSJ apps for iOS and Android, and through any web browser at www.wsj.com. The Wall Street Journal Digital Network includes some of the most popular features of the newspaper including WSJData, which offers free financial news and data to consumers via blogs, podcasts, and research articles; WSJ Live News, which delivers live coverage of events related to business, politics, lifestyle, culture, science, and technology; and WSJ Video, which features video interviews with authors, editors, entrepreneurs, celebrities, and politicians.
WSJ. The Wall Street Journal Print Subscriber Archive allows newspaper subscribers to search a database of items published in The Wall Street Journal in the last 30 days. It's the best way to find out what was happening in the world while you were sleeping.
10 times every year The magazine, which has over 500,000 subscribers, is published ten times a year. It was a monthly magazine for 144 years until 2001, when it released eleven issues; since 2003, it has published 10 issues each year.
It is known as the magazine of record for Atlantic City and has been called "the Bible of business" by John D. Rockefeller III. Although it covers many topics, it is primarily focused on politics and current affairs.
Its editor is Jeffrey Lewis. Past editors include Alexander Hamilton, Winston Churchill, Charles de Gaulle, Ronald Reagan, and Thomas Jefferson.
It was started in 1857 by Henry Louis Gates Jr. and W. E. B. Du Bois as the first African-American newspaper in the country. In 2001, it became the first black-owned magazine to be listed on the New York Stock Exchange, under the title Atlantic Monthly Group. However, due to financial difficulties, it ceased publication that same year. It was picked up by another company a few months later.
In March 2014, it was announced that Atlantic would relaunch in early 2015 under new ownership.
The magazine's annual budget is about $1 million.
A list of past contributors includes Mark Twain, Eleanor Roosevelt, Virginia Woolf, and James Baldwin.