The Wall Street Journal will debut a larger Saturday edition tomorrow featuring four sections instead of three (with New Yorkers still receiving Greater New York) and a new design. The “Money & Investing” section will henceforth be “Business & Finance.” And the paper is adding two new sections: “Review,” which will be edited by Gary Rosen and contain in-depth features, book excerpts, essays, and other coverage; and “Off Duty,” a style, fashion, food, and tech section edited by Deborah Needleman.
In addition, WSJ is launching “WSJ Weekend Conversations” today with guest Wyclef Jean, who has dropped his bid to be Haiti’s president. These segments will be filmed each Friday at 10am at New York’s Lincoln Center and available on WSJ.com the following Saturday. “WSJ Weekend Conversations” will feature interviews with artists, musicians, and newsmakers.
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