As part of a new partnership, Dow Jones news content is available on Bloomberg Terminal, the company’s software that analyzes financial market data.
Bloomberg Terminal subscribers will have access to Dow Jones Newswires, a service which delivers real-time financial and business news, as well as The Wall Street Journal, WSJ Pro, Barron’s, MarketWatch and the New York Post. (Dow Jones is a division of News Corp.)
Bloomberg will be “one of the biggest partners distributing Dow Jones Newswires,” according to a memo from Matt Murray, editor-in-chief of The Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones Newswires, and Steve Wisnefski, deputy managing editor of The Wall Street Journal.
With this new agreement, Dow Jones' content will reach about 320,000 market professional customers through Bloomberg Terminal.
Dow Jones’ German, Chinese and Japanese language services are also are included in the deal.
“We are continuously working to streamline access to the news and information sources that our customers need," stated Ted Merz, global head of news product for Bloomberg. "We’re making a significant investment to provide Dow Jones content in our aggregated news services to add even more value to the Bloomberg Terminal.”
Dow Jones' content will appear alongside Bloomberg’s own editorial aggregated on the terminals.
Annual subscriptions to Bloomberg Terminal start at more than $20,000 per user.
Chris Lloyd, head of Dow Jones’ professional information business, said the agreement will "significantly extend the reach" of Dow Jones’ journalism, "enabling us to reach a larger total audience."
This is the third major partnership this year for Dow Jones Newswires. It is also bundled for all new customers of financial data and software company FactSet, and all Commodities & Energy subscribers to the Intercontinental Exchange ICE Connect Desktop Solution.
Dow Jones' partnership with Apple News+ this year is also "bringing our journalism to a larger consumer audience,” Murray and Wisnefski wrote.