Unlike most divorces, Dow Jones, the home of the Wall Street Journal, got to keep its space in the Midtown Manhattan News Corporation building after the parent company split into separate print and broadcasting units. The publishing arm, housing WSJ, kept the News Corporation name while the broadcast and entertainment part now calls itself 21st Century Fox.
Hosted by Wendy Bounds,Wall Street Journal Editor and host of WSJ’s video offering “Lunch Break,” the kids at mediabistroTV got to see the legendary standing receptionists, drew inspiration in the hallway of Pulitzer Prizes and tried not to end up as gossip fodder on the twitter page of the lobby’s chandelier.
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