Gordon Crovitz is the former publisher of The Wall Street Journal and also served as executive vice-president of Dow Jones. Currently, he is a global media executive and co-founder of Journalism Online, which launched in April, 2009. He serves as director and advisor to several companies, including technology-based media companies in California and New York. He is a member of the board of directors of ProQuest and Blurb. Crovitz is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Chicago. He received a law degree from Yale Law School, previously earning a law degree as a Rhodes Scholar from Wadham College of Oxford University.
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