Who is the announcers for the wall street journal?

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Assuming that this question was sent in by a child, let me answer kindly. Broadcast media (TV and Radio stations which "broadcast" their information over the air-waves) have what are commonly called "announcers." The Wall Street Journal is a newspaper. Newspapers have editors for their various sections, like the Opinions Section, the Business Section, and such. It also has a Managing Editor (or Executive Editor), who is responsible for final approval of each publication of the newspaper. So, here's the difference: Announcers just "announce" whatever news they are given to say in front of the camera (or microphone if it's a radio broadcast). Editors have final say on what is published in a given issue of a newspaper. The equivalent of an "announcer" in the newspaper publication business would be staff and free-lance writers.

My assumption that this question came from a child is based on the confusion of number between appositive and verb: an adult would say, "Who are the announcers....." Most adults would also understand the difference between the print media and the broadcast media.
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When was The Wall Street Journal founded?

The Wall Street Journal was founded on July 8th, 1889 by Edward Jones, Charles Bergstresser, and Charles Dow. It current is estimated to have a circulation of about 2.2 millio

What is wall street journal?

an American English-language international daily newspaper with a special emphasis on business and economic news

Who owns the Wall Street Journal?

The Wall Street Journal is owned by Dow Jones & Company. The company was founded in 1882 by three reporters: Charles Dow, Edward Jones, and Charles Bergstresser.