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Daily Bankruptcy Review Wins Jesse H. Neal Award

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Daily Bankruptcy Review Wins Jesse H. Neal Award14:00 EDT Wednesday, March 21, 2012Dow Jones publication named "Best Newsletter" third year in a rowNEW YORK, March 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- For the third consecutive year, Dow Jones Daily Bankruptcy Review won the "Best Newsletter" category for the Jesse H. Neal National Business Journalism Awards from American Business Media. "The Neals are the most prestigious awards in business-to-business journalism and we're honored that Daily Bankruptcy Review has consistently been named the Best Newsletter," said Nicholas Elliott, managing editor of Private Markets and Newsletters at Dow Jones. "This recognition highlights our editorial excellence and track record for delivering highly relevant news to a niche audience who can identify business opportunities and risks with this type of information."Daily Bankruptcy Review is a twice-daily e-newsletter covering big U.S. bankruptcies and distressed companies. Its dedicated editorial team covers the full cycle of distress, from early signs of trouble through every significant development in bankruptcy cases. Daily Bankruptcy Review is a must-read for bankruptcy attorneys, turnaround experts and distressed investors for its exclusive news and data and for its analysis of companies and cases. Established in 1955, the Jesse H. Neal National Business Journalism Awards are considered the top honor for members of the business media. The awards recognize and reward editorial excellence in business media and are presented annually to those editors who have submitted entries exhibiting journalistic enterprise, service to the field and editorial craftsmanship. To learn more about Daily Bankruptcy Review, visit http://www.dowjones.com/bankruptcy?from=pr-bankruptcy.About Dow JonesDow Jones & Company is a global provider of news and business information and a developer of technology to deliver content to consumers and organizations across multiple platforms. Dow Jones produces newspapers, newswires, Web sites, apps, newsletters, magazines, proprietary databases, conferences, radio and video.  Its premier brands include The Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones Newswires, Factiva, Barron's, MarketWatch, SmartMoney and All Things D. Its information services combine technology with news and data to support business decision making. The company pioneered the first successful paid online news site and its industry leading innovation enables it to serve customers wherever they may be, via the Web, mobile devices and tablets. The Dow Jones Local Media Group publishes community newspapers, Web sites and other products in six U.S. states. Dow Jones & Company (www.dowjones.com) is a News Corporation company (NASDAQ: NWS, NWSA; ASX: NWS, NWSLV; www.newscorp.com).SOURCE Dow Jones & CompanyFor further information: Kim Gagliardi, Dow Jones & Company, +1-603-864-8873, kimberly.gagliardi@dowjones.com, Twitter: @KimAtDowJones