The Wall Street Journal’s Digital Network goes Mobile

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The Wall Street Journal Digital Network announced today a free, downloadable application for Windows Mobile phones that provides users access to WSJ.com, MarketWatch.com and Barrons.com.

The service was developed with help from Action Engine Corporation, a mobile application platform provider. While on-the-go, users will be able to read financial news, mange their personal stock portfolio, track the market, watch videos and listen to streaming podcasts.

“We recognize that today’s busy professionals need continuous access to top business and financial news, and we can now ensure they have it anytime, anywhere,” said Matt Goldberg, vice president of franchise development and partnerships for Dow Jones & Company. “By offering this mobile application that consumers can download directly onto their phones, anyone – not just Wall Street Journal subscribers – can receive instant access to news, stocks, videos and information across our suite of news sites.”

“The Wall Street Journal Digital Network mobile application offers an exciting development in usability for delivering information to the wireless device,” said Scott G. Silk, president and Chief Executive Officer of Action Engine. “By offering three of the most well-respected news properties in a single, multimedia-enabled service, we are showcasing the innovation that ensures anytime access for news-hungry consumers.”

For a list of supported mobile devices, or to download The Wall Street Journal Digital Network mobile application, please visit: http://www.wsj.com/mobiledownload.

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