From breaking news events to the latest tech innovations out of Silicon Valley, The Wall Street Journal’s network of journalists deliver video-driven stories to explain, expand and enhance the written word.

51.9 million average monthly videos viewed
4.4 average videos per viewer
85% average ad completion rate

WSJDN Video On-Platform Audience Profile



Video essays about the stories found in the A-Hed column on the front page of The Wall Street Journal that embody the same spirit: anyone serious enough about life to read The Wall Street Journal should also be wise enough to step back and consider life’s absurdities.


Tanya Rivero anchors Lunch Break featuring a mix of hard news along with ‘business of life’ interests like health, culture, lifestyle and luxury real estate.


Paul Vigna offers a unique perspective of the market from the leading journalists who cover it.


Simon Constable anchors coverage for the news you need to know to start your day. Sara Murray anchors the PM edition of News Hub, providing full coverage and analysis of the day’s biggest news stories.


Mary Kissel hosts the editorial page’s weekday show, featuring newsmakers, op-ed contributors and incisive commentary on the day’s breaking news.


Jason Bellini finds answers to key topics that are trending in the news and provides thoughtful explanations using fast, fun and informative motion graphics.


The 90-second show provides up-to-the-minute breaking stories across news, business, lifestyle and sports in a fast roundup format.


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In Network
WSJ Video Hub
In-article Video homepage
WSJ Apps

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