In case you are wondering the degree to which politics has gone Hollywood, Bloomberg Politics just put out an Ocean’s Eleven-esque video attempt to debunk GOP candidate/former reality-TV star Donald Trump’s claim the election is rigged against him. Show More Summary
Evening Headlines Bloomberg: War Talk Is Back on Russian TV as U.S. Ties Hit Post-Soviet Low. Russian state television is back on a war footing. This time, the ramped-up rhetoric follows the collapse of cease-fire efforts in Syria. As the U.S. Show More Summary
The three shows will be on right after the market closes, giving analysis and tech news.
TV networks are paying a price for the NFL’s early-season viewership decline by having to give away more commercial time than they did to this point in 2015. Bloomberg’s Gerry Smith and Lucas Shaw report that the giveaways are the result of not meeting viewership guarantees given advertisers. If those are not met, networks must offer […]
Why is Trump advertising in all 50 states? My guess: He is using donor money to prep the launch of Trump TV. I cannot fathom any other explanation... Blue is Clinton. Red is Trump. Source: Bloomberg The post Campaign Spending for TV Ads appeared first on The Big Picture.
Deutsche Bank's current troubles will not turn into a "Lehman moment," a ccording to Allianz's chief economic adviser, Mohamed El-Erian. El-Erian on Thursday told Bloomberg TV that the German lender's current turmoil will not lead to...Show More Summary
Prominent venture capitalist and early Twitter investor Chris Sacca wants Twitter to sell itself. The "Shark Tank" star told Bloomberg TV's Emily Chang on Tuesday that he is "disappointed" with CEO Jack Dorsey and has sold many of his shares. Sacca has been especially vocal about his hopes and fears for Twitter for over the past year and a half. Show More Summary
Bloomberg blames part of the numbers on a dispute YES has with Comcast
One person who thinks Twitter still has a shot at staying an independent company: former CEO Dick Costolo. During a Monday interview on Bloomberg TV, Costolo touched on the reports that Google, Disney, Salesforce, and others are eyeing...Show More Summary
You have to check out the entire infographic, but this is just one of the crazy cool graphics from Bloomberg on where Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are spending their dollars on television advertising: click for full infographic Source: Bloomberg The post Where Trump & Clinton Are Spending their TV Dollars appeared first on The Big Picture.
The end game of central bank lunacy is surely near. Even the Fed heads appear to be mumbling bits and pieces of truth in public. Former Philly Fed President Charles Plosser, for example, told Bloomberg TV this morning that central bankers...Show More Summary
Former Philly Fed President Charles Plosser got a lot off his chest this morning during a Bloomberg TV interview. Decrying that central bankers "wring their hands all the time," Plosser noted that The Fed was very "concerned about credibility,"...Show More Summary
It’s almost time. I’ve got Bloomberg TV fired up; they promise to do fact checking while the debate goes on.
Bloomberg TV will conduct on-screen fact checks of statements made by both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton during Monday night's debate. The channel's decision to conduct an on-screen fact-check sets Bloomberg apart from the other major TV networks, none of whom have committed to doing on-screen fact checks during the debate. Show More Summary
Politico reports: Bloomberg TV will conduct on-screen fact checks of statements made by both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton during Monday night’s debate, POLITICO has confirmed. The channel’s decision to conduct an on-screen fact-check...Show More Summary
Bloomberg TV will be the only network to fact-check the candidates on-screen during the presidential debate Monday night, according to Politico.
Xavier Rolet, the chief executive of the London Stock Exchange, said that a minimum of 100,000 jobs in the UK's financial sector could be at risk once the UK eventually leaves the European Union. Speaking to Bloomberg TV on Friday morning,...Show More Summary
Continuing its live-streaming prowess, Twitter will show Bloomberg TV's coverage of three presidential debates and one featuring the vice presidential candidates through its app.
The opening production of Tristan and Isolde, conducted on Monday by Simon Rattle and sung by Nina Stemme and Stuart Skelton, has suffered an unfortunate clash with the first Donald Trump-Hillary Clinton TV debate. Bloomberg reports: Julie Macklowe, founder of skincare-products maker vbeaute, is splitting her evening, starting with Wagner’s tragic love story and then leaving […]
The apps, which are free, will have all the live-streaming video available on Twitter. Besides the football games, this includes content from the NBA and Bloomberg News. Last year, Yahoo Inc. won the rights to broadcast for the first time a regular season NFL game across all devices — including phones, computers and tablets.