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The Wall Street Journal Office Network up and running

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New York—Dow Jones & Co. on Monday announced the launch of The Wall Street Journal Office Network, a service that delivers business news and customized announcements on flat-panel LCD screens in the lobbies of office buildings.

Developed by Office Media Network, the network debuts today in office buildings in Chicago, Los Angeles, New York and Washington, D.C. It is available to marketers that want to target their messages to people who work in upscale office buildings.

The launch is the first in a planned series of long-term agreements Dow Jones has with commercial property owners.

—Matthew Schwartz

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