New York — Bloomberg Brief, a series of newsletters published by Bloomberg LP, has launched seven new titles that relate key analytics, data and news from the Bloomberg Professional service in a streamlined format. The company also announced that Bloomberg Brief nearly tripled its subscriber-base to 110,000 since it launched last November.
The new Bloomberg Briefs available are: Bankruptcy and Restructuring, Climate and Carbon, European Economics, Financial Regulation, Leveraged Finance, Municipal Market and Risk. These join existing newsletters: U.S. Economics, Hedge Funds, Mergers and Structured Notes.
Bloomberg Brief combines proprietary news, market data and analytics with industry-specific content and commentary written by industry experts, researchers and leading economists. The newsletters draw upon information from the Bloomberg Professional service, the leading platform used globally by more than 310,000 business and financial professionals.
“We are hearing overwhelmingly positive feedback from our readers,” said Ted Merz, Editor and Content Manager of Bloomberg Brief. “Bloomberg Briefs are tailored for busy professionals who want a window into the wealth of information available on the Bloomberg Professional service, delivered as a timely, accessible and streamlined bulletin.”
“The Bloomberg Briefs are now must-reads in their respective fields and have attracted significant interest from advertisers,” explained Nick Ferris, Global Business Manager for Bloomberg Brief. “We have found a way to accommodate advertisers that want to reach the world’s leading business and financial professionals, and maintain a quality product.”
About Bloomberg Brief Bloomberg Brief is a newsletter publishing division at Bloomberg LP, the premier source of data and analytics in the financial world. The division publishes both daily and weekly electronic newsletters. Subscribers to the Bloomberg Professional service can sign up for a newsletter as part of a monthly subscription fee. Bloomberg Brief also sells enterprise licenses across departments and companies.