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Dow Jones & Company reinforces its commitment to building Factiva into the world's most advanced source of premium business intelligence with theannouncement of a next generation search platform. The investment is one of the company’s most significant in the Factiva product suite, whose global news collection includes approximately 36,000 sources.

The Wall Street Journal Digital Network is capping a year of significant audience growth and global expansion across multiple platforms and geographies. Traffic to the Network’s sites – including WSJ.com, Barrons.com, Marketwatch.com, SmartMoney.com and AllThingsD.com – now generates almost 60 million visitors per month, a 16% increase from 2011. WSJ Live, the Journal’s video initiative, is now available on 30 platforms, 18 of which were added in 2012, including Xbox. Streams have increased 370% since January to 35 million across all platforms. WSJ.com also launched sites in three additional languages during 2012 – German, Korean and Bahasa – bringing the total number of local-language sites to eight.

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