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‘Wall Street Journal’ rolls out editorial and design changes

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New York—The Wall Street Journal debuted a new look Monday, with several editorial and design changes.

The front section is now exclusively devoted to national and international news, while the Op-Ed section has been expanded to three pages.

The Op-Ed section also features new columnists, including L. Gordon Crovitz, former publisher of the Journal, who will contribute a biweekly column titled “Information Age.”

As part of the changes, the daily book review has returned to the opinion pages.

The changes come soon after the Journal introduced a weekly sports page. WSJ., a new glossy magazine, is set to debut in September.

The Journal also plans to introduce a section on culture, and a major redesign of WSJ.com is slated for fall.

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