Bloomberg Announces Programming Line-Up at
Bloomberg Television and Radio to Provide News and Analysis from Premiere Location at the World
Full Coverage Available on Dedicated Page on Bloomberg.com
January 26, 2011 01:59 PM Eastern Time
NEW YORK--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Bloomberg today announced its programming line-up of coverage
of the World Economic Forum (WEF) 2011 Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland which will air through Friday,
January 28th, 2011. Bloomberg exclusives, breaking news and interviews with world and business leaders are
available on a dedicated page at http://www.bloomberg.com/davos/.
Bloomberg Television, the global 24-hour business news network, is presenting over ten hours of live daily coverage
from the network's premiere location on the top of the Congress Centre in the heart of Davos, with at least 100
interviews with top global newsmakers. Erik Schatzker is co-hosting "Inside Track" and Francine Lacqua is hosting
"On the Move" from the WEF, with Tom Keene and Ryan Chilcote also contributing to comprehensive news
reporting and analysis.
Bloomberg Television will also host an official debate in partnership with the World Economic Forum. The debate,
which will air live on Friday, January 28th at 1pm/GMT and 2pm/CET, will focus on the effect of the currency wars
erupting around the world. Anchor and senior correspondent Francine Lacqua will moderate a panel of speakers
including: Mark J. Carney, Governor, Bank of Canada; Niall Ferguson, Laurence A. Tisch Professor of History,
Harvard University, and William Ziegler Professor, Harvard Business School; Stanley Fischer, Governor, Bank of
Israel; Brian T. Moynihan, CEO and President, Bank of America; Jacek Rostowski, Minister of Finance, Poland
and Mehmet Simsek, Minister of Finance, Turkey. The debate will also air over the weekend on Bloomberg
On Bloomberg Radio, Tom Keene, co-host of "Bloomberg Surveillance with Ken Prewitt and Tom Keene," is
providing three days of special World Economic Forum coverage from Davos beginning today. Keene is
interviewing a line-up of influential guests from his set inside the Congress Centre, including noted economist Nouriel
Roubini; Peter Weinberg and Joseph Perella of Perella Weinberg Partners; David Rubenstein, co-founder and
managing director of The Carlyle Group, and Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou. Bloomberg Radio is
available on WBBR-AM 1130 in New York, on SIRIUS channel 130, XM channel 129 and onBloomberg.com at
Bloomberg's special online news section on Davos is offering live streaming and archived versions of television and
radio coverage as well as special commentary from Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker, Francine Lacqua and Tom Keene.
Additionally, mobile users can access breaking news stories from Davos on a special section of Bloomberg's apps
for the iPhone, iPad, Blackberry and Android.
Subscribers to the Bloomberg Professional® service may access full Davos coverage at DAVOS <GO> and a
Davos-themed daily "Bloomberg Brief" on Economics will be available at BRIEF <GO>. The "Bloomberg
Brief/Davos" will provide in-depth analysis from Bloomberg's economists on the impact of Davos discussions on
markets and industries. Hard copies will also be available at the WEF. For more information go to
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