Nuggets about business journalism from the News Corp. filing

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Wall Street Journal Goes On Sale In London For The First Time

There are some interesting business journalism facts in the News Corp. filing Friday with the Securities and Exchange Commission that will split its newspaper and media operations into a separate company.

They include:

WSJ.com, which offers both free and premium content, averaged more than 34 million visitors per month on average for the 12 months ended September 30, 2012 according to Adobe Omniture.

Barrons.com had more than 165,000 paid subscribers on average for the 12 months ended September 30, 2012.

MarketWatch.com averaged nearly 14 million visitors per month for the 12 months ended September 30, 2012 according to Adobe Omniture.

Dow Jones Newswires publishes over 19,000 news items in 14 languages each day via terminals and trading platforms reaching hundreds of thousands of financial professionals. This content also reaches millions of individual investors via customer portals and intranets of brokerage and trading firms, as well as digital media publishers.

The full filing can be found here.