Joe Pompeo

WSJ.com redesign inches forward:

Today: the debut of a new article page that will be rolled out site-wide over the coming weeks.

Bio: Joe Pompeo is a senior reporter at Capital, where he covers media. He was previously a reporter at Yahoo News, Business Insider and The New York Observer.

Latest Articles:

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WSJ.com redesign inches forward

Today: the debut of a new article page that will be rolled out site-wide over the coming weeks.

Sep. 15, 2014

 
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At newspapers, putting the squeeze on an elite subscriber corps

While they are out recruting new ones, they're getting up close and personal with existing subscribers—for a fee

Sep. 15, 2014

 
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Sam Dolnick leaves Sports to tackle mobile for the Times

The move is indicative of the rise of a key figure within the fifth generation of the Ochs-Sulzberger family

Sep. 12, 2014

 
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News Corp. C.E.O. touts newspaper improvements, tighter focus

Says the rate of decline at the national advertising level in Australia has slowed to 11 percent in the fourth quarter.

Sep. 10, 2014

 
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Could it be that newspapers still matter?

57 percent of respondents had used newspaper media for shopping purposes in the past seven days.

Sep. 9, 2014

 
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POLITICO partners with Axel Springer for European expansion

Will launch new European news outlet, based in Brussels, Belgium

Sep. 9, 2014

 
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Wall Street Journal launches perks program for subscribers

"WSJ+" will offer Journal subscribers access to newsroom, free e-books, golf course access, among other benefits

Sep. 8, 2014

 
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American Reader to drop its web content and focus on print

In the world of literary magazines, different rules apply.

Sep. 8, 2014

 
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Behind the Post's skimpy Joan Rivers wood

A source briefed on the matter said Rupert Murdoch weighed in, and chopped the coverage in half.

Sep. 5, 2014

 
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Silence at Huffington Post as allegations against former editor surface

Another source confirms the investigation to Capital, but there is still no internal acknowledgment of an investigation.

Sep. 4, 2014