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Wallace named anchor of 'The Wall Street Journal This Morning'

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New York--Dow Jones & Co. has named Michael Wallace the new host of "The Wall Street Journal This Morning.”

The early-morning business radio program is broadcast on 58 stations in the U.S. Wallace has been a news anchor for The Wall Street Journal Radio Network since 2000, providing business news reports for a number of network affiliates, including KABC, Los Angeles.

Separately, Los Angeles-based cable channel Fine Living announced Tuesday that it has expanded its programming partnership with The Wall Street Journal. Fine Living said it will debut a monthly hour-long Weekend Journal series this year. The show will feature information and advice from Journal researchers, writers and columnists.

--Sean Callahan

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