WSJ parent plans streaming radio channel on TuneIn

The Wall Street Journal’s parent company Dow Jones is launching a new streaming radio channel on the audio platform TuneIn this month, reports Matthew Keys of The Desk.

Keys reports, “The channel, called WSJ Radio, will operate around-the-clock with featured content produced by the audio teams at the Wall Street Journal and its sister publications Barron’s, MarketWatch and Investor’s Business Daily.

“WSJ Radio will be formally announced by TuneIn and Dow Jones on Thursday, with the channel available to free and premium users of TuneIn’s audio apps on smartphones, tablets, streaming TV devices and via the TuneIn website.

“‘We’re thrilled to be able to partner with Dow Jones as they are the go-to source for international business news and data,’ Richard Stern, the CEO of TuneIn, said in a statement e-mailed to The Desk on Wednesday.”

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