WSJ Radio cancels “The Daily Wrap”


The Wall Street Journal Radio Network’s “The Daily Wrap” has been canceled and will go off the air at the end of Q1. The show, hosted by Michael Castner, will end in 90 days, Wall Street Journal spokesperson Sara Blask said.

“We are constantly adjusting our radio and audio offerings to our audience and customer needs, as well as the economic environment, and the show will end later this year,” Blask told Politico in an email. “WSJ and MarketWatch Radio Networks continue to serve more than 700 radio stations around the country and remain a core service for Dow Jones.”

The show launched in spring 2011.

See the Politico story here


  1. I apologize for the mangled transmission that deleted my opening comments on the cancellation of the Daily Wrap. The full comment was that after coming across the Daily Wrap by chance while looking for a New York City style news station,it was an intelligent,thorough,enlightened program that let a busy person like me stay informed so I could make informed decisions. Without being tied down.


    Pat Young

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