Wall Street Journal into mobile content business

Nov 30 2004 - 01:53 PM ET | Data
Early next year, the Wall Street Journal will begin offering content formatted for mobile devices. For $3.99 a month (nothing is free on Wall Street) subscribers will have have: * Interface for navigating through news categories, stocks, bonds, commodities, futures and indices. * Financial-news coverage from The Wall Street Journal Online with a focus on the U.S., Asia, Europe and technology sectors. Also included are markets updates from around the world and a selection of the Journal's editorial columns. * Customizable charts for intraday, one-day, monthly and yearly quote tracking. * Personalized portfolio tracking and individualized watch-lists with up-to-the-minute news, stock quotes, color charts, and portfolio performance. * In-depth market diaries including major market averages, gainers and losers, and most actives. Wall Street Journal Mobile will be offered via BREW and J2ME, making it available to most cell phone users.