The Wall Street Journal This Weekend
For more than 25 years, The Wall Street Journal Radio Network has been the leading provider of business news programming for radio stations all across the US.
For more than 25 years, The Wall Street Journal Radio Network has been the leading provider of business news programming for radio stations all across the US. The Wall Street Journal This Weekend is a creative mix of the top business news affecting your wallet and stories about the business of living well. From planning for college expenses, to learning how to use high-tech gadgets, the show gives useful, relevant and timely information, culled from the worldwide resources of Dow Jones and The Wall Street Journal.
Gordon Deal is the host of The Wall Street Journal This Morning, the morning news and business news show from America’s number one newspaper. In a fast-paced, highly produced style, Gordon Deal tees up the hot topics. Winning talk radio stations spend the day debating… covering news, politics, the markets and personal finance. Travel, technology, and trends, too. Gordon’s understanding of what listeners need to know and the questions they’d like answered are a perfect match for The Wall Street Journal This Morning. His conversations with the Journal’s reporters, editors and experts go beneath the headlines and beyond the chatter.
Gordon Deal’s radio background of writing and on-air work includes time on both WCBS-AM and WINS-AM in New York, and as New York City Bureau Chief for Metro Networks where his reports aired on WOR-AM and WABC-AM.
The network is home to The Wall Street Journal Report, The Dow Jones Money Report, Watching Your Wallet, Barron’s on Investment, The Wall Street Journal This Morning and The Wall Street Journal This Weekend. We serve listeners of over 390 radio stations with late-breaking business news, consumer spending information, and financial-market updates. Our reports are updated around the clock.
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