Admission Price: Free to attend, please book your place
Speaker: Matthew Winkler
Matthew Winkler is the editor-in-chief of Bloomberg News, the global news service he founded with Michael Bloomberg in 1990 when he joined the then eight - year - old financial information company Bloomberg L.P. During this lecture Matthew will concentrate on Bloomberg News' business model, how Bloomberg News is funded and Bloomberg News' approach to financial journalism and more generally his take on the future of the profession.
Bloomberg News has grown into one of the world's largest and most influential news organizations since its inception in 1990. Bloomberg News stories are followed globally by government and industry leaders, including central banks, investment institutions, commercial banks and government agencies, as they make key financial decisions. Stories are transmitted to a global audience through the company's multimedia platforms, including the Bloomberg Professional Service® (or Terminal), which reaches 320,000 financial professionals at the world's leading companies, financial institutions and government agencies. Bloomberg News produces more than 5,000 stories every day, with more than 2,000 news professionals and is syndicated to more than 1000 media outlets across more than 60 countries.