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Bloomberg Announces Programming Line-Up at Davos

January 24, 2012

Live coverage will stream on a dedicated page,, alongside reporting from Bloomberg News
including the release of results of the Bloomberg global poll of

Bloomberg’s television and radio coverage from Davos will
broadcast live from 7am CET (1am ET, 6am GMT, 2pm HK) until 7pm
CET (2pm ET, 6pm GMT, 2am HK), beginning Wednesday January 25.

Maryam Nemazee, presenter of ‘The Pulse’ which will air from
10am to 12pm CET, will be joined each hour by guest co-anchors
including Peter Voser, CEO Royal Dutch Shell plc; Dr Gerard
Lyons, Chief Economist and Group Head of Global Research at
Standard Chartered Bank; and Kirill Dmitriev, CEO Russian Direct
Investment Fund.

Anchor Erik Schatzker will present a special edition of ‘Inside
Track’ live from Davos, beginning at 12pm CET, followed by Tom
Keene with ‘Surveillance Midday’ at 6pm CET.

On Friday 27 January, the hour-long joint Bloomberg and World
Economic Forum debate will feature:

-Nouriel Roubini, Professor of Economics and International
Business, Stern School of Business, New York University

-Peter Sands, Group CEO, Standard Chartered Bank

-Lord Turner, Chairman, Financial Services Authority

-Jean-Claude Trichet, President of the European Central Bank

-Luc Frieden, Finance Minister Luxembourg

The debate will air live at 2pm CET (in Europe, the Middle East
and Africa only and repeated globally on Saturday and Sunday) on
Bloomberg Television.

Hosted by Maryam Nemazee, the panel will debate the role of the
big banks as wealth inequality widens globally. Viewers will be
able to submit their questions to the panel in advance of the
event via the @BloombergTV Twitter handle.

On Bloomberg Radio, Tom Keene, co-host of ‘Bloomberg
Surveillance with Ken Prewitt and Tom Keene’, will broadcast
live from Davos for the three days with special guests including
economists Robert Shiller, Nouriel Roubini, Larry Summers and
Ken Rogoff, among others.

Viewers can visit a dedicated page on featuring an
archived stream of Bloomberg’s television interviews at Davos at

The page will include blog posts and reports

-Michael Liebreich, Chief Executive Bloomberg New Energy Finance

-Romesh Ratnesar, deputy editor Bloomberg Businessweek

-Peter Coy, economics editor Bloomberg Businessweek

-Matthew G. Miller, editor of Bloomberg Billionaires

-Tom Keene, editor-at-large at Bloomberg News and host on
Bloomberg Radio and Bloomberg Television

Notes to editors:

Bloomberg Radio is available on WBBR-AM 1130 in New York and on
SIRIUS XM channel 113 and on at and via Bloomberg’s free
Radio+ App on the Apple iPhone

To find which platforms carry Bloomberg Television visit:, or watch live streaming
coverage online at or download the free
Bloomberg TV+ App for Apple iPad.

The ‘Big Banks: Cure or Curse for the Global Economy?’ debate
will repeat at the following times on Bloomberg Television:


-Saturday 26 January and Sunday 27 January 10am and 6pm GMT


-Saturday 26 January and Sunday 27 January 11am and 7pm CET


-Saturday 26 January and Sunday 27 January 11am and 3pm ET

Hong Kong:

-Saturday 26 January and Sunday 27 January 11am and 7pm HK

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