During my time at The Wall Street Journal, I created a weekly animated Twitter video series based on Jo Craven McGinty’s column The Numbers.
For around 150 years, the “normal” human-body temperature has been 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit. New studies say that is too high, @mcjomcg explains. #WSJWhatsNow https://t.co/2Nl5zlBHt6 pic.twitter.com/O17FJorbgM— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) February 7, 2020
The Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers will throw down this Sunday on fresh grass rolled out just for the big game in Miami. @mcjomcg explains what goes into building a grass field custom-made for the Super Bowl. #WSJWhatsNow https://t.co/90xZmvrgdq pic.twitter.com/XhUy5PL0mH— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) February 1, 2020
Thanks to America’s love of online shopping, those cardboard boxes at home keep stacking up. @mcjomcg breaks down the numbers. #WSJWhatsNow https://t.co/2ctMVi6KXy pic.twitter.com/jPlQtNnxzD— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) January 17, 2020
Americans have been using less electricity for years now, but that doesn’t mean they’ve been turning off the lights #WSJWhatsNow https://t.co/avlt1r5QBM pic.twitter.com/L0fA7pHBss— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) January 10, 2020
Flu season is in full swing. Here’s what you need to know in order to avoid getting sick this year. #WSJWhatsNow https://t.co/M27RLdCSyZ pic.twitter.com/im8oh46Xwd— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) January 3, 2020
Chocolate may be a holiday favorite but it’s toxic to dogs. Here are the numbers you need to know. #WSJWhatsNow https://t.co/TzKIPcmpb3 pic.twitter.com/yjeWoNEOnR— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) December 20, 2019
I also filmed and edited daily stock market update videos, as well as personal finance advice videos for the Your Money Twitter series.
Some dealerships dress up car-loan applications with fake, inflated incomes, according to consumer lawyers, @AAndriotis reports. #WSJWhatsNow https://t.co/9ZdzO2JG1B pic.twitter.com/BnJWpyAviX— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) January 27, 2020
U.S. stocks rise Tuesday on hopes that global growth can shield the economy from the coronavirus’s impact #WSJWhatsNow https://t.co/oJ5hlaEDvo pic.twitter.com/RZA55G9Lov— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) February 4, 2020
Growth stocks and oil prices. @AkaneOtani breaks down this week’s winners and losers. #WSJWhatsNow pic.twitter.com/qzm4NlFreB— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) January 24, 2020
The personal-finance playbook followed by past generations doesn’t add up for many people the way it used to. @juliaccarpenter reports, it’s time for some new money rules. #WSJWhatsNow pic.twitter.com/HTRmIcFndc— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) October 2, 2019
Some first-time home buyers are looking to crowdfund for a down payment. @chris_rexrode looks at how one program works. #WSJWhatsNow https://t.co/pIiqWXXUoL pic.twitter.com/TOClw9TVQf— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) September 26, 2019