Wall Street Journal calls review

- The Wall Street Journal is to consolidate its estimated £12 million ($20 million) ad account, which is currently split between Hill, Holliday, Connors, Cosmopulos and J. Walter Thompson.

- The Wall Street Journal is to consolidate its estimated £12 million ($20 million) ad account, which is currently split between Hill, Holliday, Connors, Cosmopulos and J. Walter Thompson.

The review follows the merger of the newspaper's trade and circulation marketing departments, handled by JWT and Hill, Holliday respectively.

Hill, Holliday holds by far the largest slice of the ad account with the bulk of the paper's spend being directed towards consumer-focused advertising.

ABC figures to March show the WSJ circulation has dipped slightly 1,837,111 last year to 1,820,186.



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