„Culmea” jurnalismului de calitatejoi, octombrie 13th, 2011
People familiar with the matter say that, for two years, a small Dutch firm called Executive Learning Partnership bought 12,000 copies of The Wall Street Journal Europe each day for just one European cent apiece—helping the paper maintain an audited circulation of about 75,000 at a time when newspaper circulation is dropping industrywide.
Dow Jones, which publishes all editions of The Wall Street Journal, is owned by News Corp.
On Tuesday, Andrew Langhoff —managing director of Dow Jones in Europe, Africa and the Middle East, and publisher of The Wall Street Journal Europe—stepped down after an internal probe showed he had pushed for publication of two articles that favorably featured ELP.
Asadar „culmea” jurnalismului de calitate este sa publici un articol in editia americana despre magariile facute de colegii din editia europeana. WSJ SUA a publicat un articol despre scandalul circulatiei crescute artificial de catre WSJ Europe, articolul il gasiti aici (necesita logare), povestea o mai gasiti la Reuters, Paid Content si Guardian (cei care au anchetat cazul si au scris primii pe subiect).
WSJ este publicat de Dow Jones, o companie News Corp, adica Rupert Murdoch.
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