Factiva Offers Corporate Subscriptions To The Wall Street Journal Online

May 27, 2003

Corporate customers of Factiva, a Dow Jones & Reuters Company, can now subscribe to The Wall Street Journal Online through three subscription options. With business news and analysis from the Online Journal and a nearly 30-year archive of the full-text print edition, Factiva is the only business information service to provide such a collection of content from The Wall Street Journal.  Factiva customers can select from three WSJ.com access options and pricing plans: a site license subscription to the Online Journal, with access directly from the Factiva.com navigation bar; a site license subscription, with access directly from the customer's corporate intranet; or a bulk subscription for a specific department or group. This provides individual passwords to the Online Journal for users in that group and allows them to access it from the office, home, or the road. In both site license models, employees bypass the normal WSJ.com registration and password process. Pricing for all three plans varies according to the size of the institution and the number of subscriptions purchased, as well as the size of their Factiva account. The Online Journal, a paid-subscription news site on the Web with 675,000 subscribers, publishes articles and interactive features not found in The Wall Street Journal or on Factiva.

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