The Elite pack includues 1 year subscription of The Economist (Print + Digital, 51 issues) and 1 year of The Wall Street Journal (Digital Access)
**The Elite pack is only valid for new subscription of The Wall Street Journal (is not valid for renewal subscriptions)
Many people think The Economist is only about economics. It’s not. It’s about pretty much everything. From politics to business and finance, from science and technology to the arts – The Economist brings its readers clear analysis of the issues that lie behind each week’s global news stories. They satisfy the naturally curious with a distilled view of world affairs that is intelligent, insightful and thought-provoking. Whatever is happening across the globe, The Economist has an opinion on it. Which is why they tell their readers: The Economist is your essential guide to the events and issues that are shaping our world. It explores the close links between domestic and international issues, business, finance, current affairs, science and technology. Regular editorial departments include American Survey, Asia,Europe, International, Business, Finance, Science and Technology, and the Arts. In additions,The Economistalso publishes special monthly editorial surveys that focus on industries, markets or countries.
Articles inThe Economistare not signed, but they are not all the work of the editor alone. Initially, the paper was written largely in London, with reports from merchants abroad. Over the years, these gave way to stringers who sent their stories by sea or air mail, and then by telex and cable. Nowadays, in addition to a worldwide network of stringers, the paper has about 20 staff correspondents abroad. Contributors have ranged from Kim Philby, who spied for the Soviet Union, to H.H. Asquith, the paper's chief leader writer before he became Britain's prime minister, Garret FitzGerald, who became Ireland's, and Luigi Einaudi, president of Italy from 1948 to 1955. Even the most illustrious of its staff, however, write anonymously: only special reports, the longish supplements published about 20 times a year on various issues or countries, are signed. In May 2001, a redesign introduced more navigational information for readers and full colour on all editorial pages.
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Everything you get with Wall Street Journal Digital:
WSJ Digital includes
WSJ.com: Around-the-clock coverage of breaking news and lucid analysis with key features such as the roll-over market data and an instant stock quote function
WSJ Smartphone apps: Instant access to news-on-the-go with personalized feeds on IPhone, Android or Blackberry smart phones so you never miss a story
WSJ Tablet apps: Anytime access through iPad and Android tablet devices with the ability to save content for reading later, even when offline
WSJ ePaper (Asia Edition):Exactly as it appears in print, with easy navigation and interactive features; WSJ. Magazine is also included
As I wrote last month, we will shortly be launching a refreshed print edition of The Wall Street Journal. The new paper will maintain and strengthen our core news coverage - the finest reporting on business, finance and economics - but in a sharper, more concise, more coherent and more easily navigable form. And we will continue to provide the most intelligent and eclectic coverage of lifestyle, arts, culture, entertainment, sports and other topics that readers have come to expect from The Journal.
The new paper will debut on Monday, November 14. There are a number of innovations:
- A combined Business & Finance section, comprising the current Business & Tech and Money & Investing sections.
This section will contain comprehensive and in-depth corporate and markets coverage, more clearly signposted and organized. Combined, the new section will contain about the same amount of news space as we have now for business, technology, financial and markets coverage. The front page will combine the most important business and financial news and features. The back page will offer a new daily markets summary together with our celebrated Heard on The Street column. There will be more clearly defined columns within the section for companies, equities, bonds, commodities, currencies and financial institutions and other categories of our business news and there will be several pages of market data. In all, Business & Finance will represent the most detailed and insightful coverage of business news available in any daily print paper anywhere. And of course there will be a strong range of news about companies, markets and economies in the main news section, especially on Page One. Online, on all digital and mobile platforms we will have significantly expanded business and financial news, reporting and analysis, as we accelerate our transformation into a full digital news operation.
- Our uniquely engaging lifestyle, arts, culture, entertainment and sports coverage now featured in Personal Journal and Arena will be combined in a section named Life & Arts, and included in the main news section of the paper every day from Monday to Friday. This new part of the A section will also feature the cultural commentary and criticism written by the Editorial Page's team of critics that currently appears in PJ and Arena. The name Life & Arts not only better captures the range of this combined content but also aligns more closely with the relevant sections in our digital products.
- Greater New York coverage will be reduced in size and will also move into the main section of the paper in the New York region. GNY has added greatly to our appeal in the metropolitan region and our readers appreciate our distinctive coverage but the new approach in print will enable us to produce a more concise, focused daily report on life and business in the New York area.
We will continue to publish Journal Reports on Mondays and Mansion on Fridays as separate sections, so the paper will comprise three sections on those days and two - fatter - sections on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. The Saturday paper will remain as it is, with the main news section, Business and Finance, Review and Off Duty, as well as WSJ magazine.
All newspapers face structural challenges and we must move to create a print edition that can stand on a sound financial footing for the foreseeable future while our digital horizons continue to expand. As I previously mentioned, there will unfortunately need to be an elimination of some positions as part of this process. But I want to stress that these changes and their ramifications for the newsroom are necessary not just because we must adjust to changing conditions in the print advertising business, but because we know from audience research that readers want a more digestible newspaper. We are uniquely fortunate to have the most ambitious, successful, financially and economically literate readership of any news business anywhere in the world. They are busy people, hungry for the kind of quality reporting and analysis only we can provide. We need to ensure that they get the news they want and need in as concise a daily print form as possible.
Over its 127 years, the format of the paper has changed many times in response to developments in the market for news, with new opportunities and new challenges. What has never changed - and is renewed vigorously in this latest iteration - is our commitment to producing the most distinguished news and enterprise journalism on all platforms.