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'WSJ.' magazine to boost circulation, frequency

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New York—WSJ., The Wall Street Journal's glossy magazine, announced it will increase its U.S. circulation to 1.5 million from 800,000. Additionally, the magazine will boost its frequency to six issues per year from four issues. The changes will begin in March 2010.

The magazine will also be included with the Journal's Weekend Edition on newsstands.

WSJ. has a circulation of 160,000 outside the U.S., where it is distributed in copies of The Wall Street Journal Asia and The Wall Street Journal Europe.

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