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Siung Tjia to Join Bloomberg Markets Magazine

April 14, 2011

Press Release

Named Creative Director; Tjia Arrives in the New Position from
ESPN The Magazine at the End of the Month

NEW YORK — Siung Tjia will join Bloomberg Markets magazine as
the publication’s first Creative Director beginning in April,
Editor Ronald Henkoff announced today.

Tjia will oversee all design and photography for the award-
winning magazine.

Tija has been the Creative Director for ESPN The Magazine for
the past four years and had been the Deputy Art Director at
Rolling Stone magazine. Earlier, Tija held art director
positions at Calvin Klein’s CRK Advertising, as well as at
Barneys New York. He has won awards from The Society of
Publication Designers (SPD), AIGA, The Type Directors Club,
Communication Arts magazine, Print Magazine, and Folio.

Bloomberg Markets is the only magazine for the global financial
elite, providing in-depth and authoritative stories on the
companies and people who move markets.

Bloomberg Markets has won more of the top business and
investigative journalism awards in the past 10 years than its
competitors combined. Bloomberg Markets is a current finalist
for the National Magazine Awards in the General Excellence
category. Last week, the magazine won the Investigative
Reporters and Editors Award (IRE) in the Magazine category for
its “Duping the Families of Fallen Soldiers” series. On March
18th, Bloomberg Markets won nine Society of Business Editors and
Writers (SABEW) Awards, more than any other magazine. Last year,
Bloomberg Markets had a record-setting year in advertising
revenue. The magazine was redesigned and relaunched with its
November 2010 issue.

“Siung Tjia is a proven leader and innovator among magazine
designers,” said Henkoff. “Building on the momentum of our
relaunch, he will help Bloomberg Markets reach new levels of
excellence in design and photography.”

About Bloomberg Markets magazine
Bloomberg Markets magazine serves the global financial elite,
providing insight and perspective on the companies, trends,
issues and people that move the world’s markets. Bloomberg
Markets readers are the youngest and most affluent among all
financial and business publications. Bloomberg Markets
magazine’s rate base is 355,000.

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