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WSJ.com Subscribers Increase by 3,000 in Q4, 2003

As Dow Jones doesn’t break down numbers in its electronic publishing group, it is hard to get a handle on the revenues of its website, alone form other service. Anyway, DJ’s consumer electronic publishing–which includes WSJ.com, related vertical sites, licensing/business development and radio/audio–revenues in the fourth quarter of 2003 were $19.51 million, up from $15.32 million in the year-ago quarter.

Paid subscribers to WSJ.com grew to 689,000 as of Dec. 31, 2003, up 1.5% from Dec. 31, 2002, and about 3,000 more subscribers from the previous quarter.