LONDON, (AP)- The Wall Street Journal began publishing its U.S. edition in London on Wednesday, making the newspaper available five hours ahead of the title in the United States.
Publisher Dow Jones & Co. says the paper will be available via subscription and at around 250 newsstands in the British capital, including at Heathrow and London City airports. It will be printed alongside the European edition and distributed at 7 a.m.
The newspaper will also have a new column, called “Letter From The City,” a look behind the scenes of London’s financial center, which will run from Monday to Friday.
Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. bought Dow Jones last year