The Wall Street Journal announced yesterday the launch of a new product — Afternoon Report — an add-on that updates with fresh news twice during the day, reports. It will be available only to subscribers to the site, which charges $79 a year for access (print subscribers pay $39 per year). says that Afternoon Report resembles a blog, linking to stories from within the WSJ’s network of sites. It will provide a summary of news stories that break after the printing of the morning paper.

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