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Josh Tyrangiel on Business Reporting: ‘What I’m Noticing Is a Lot More Skepticism’

In part two of our Media Beat interview with Josh Tyrangiel, editor of Bloomberg Businessweek, we talk about the state of business and financial reporting.

“I’m new to the incredible pressurized coverage that comes along with being market based,” he said, referencing his move to Bloomberg BusinessWeek from TIME.com.

However, Tyrangiel did say that in the past, “everyone was a market cheerleader…and what I’m noticing is a lot more skepticism.” He also has to adjust to an earlier schedule, starting the day at 7:30 a.m.

As he said, “At 9 a.m., all hell breaks loose.” Watch the video for more.

Part 1: Bloomberg BusinessWeek Editor: Compensating Writers Based on Pageviews Doesn’t Make Sense For Us

Part 3: Tyrangiel: ‘People Don’t Read Brands Out of Obligation Anymore’

Media Beat is mediabistro.com’s interview series with the movers and shakers of the media world. View all past episodes at MediaBeat.com and follow Media Beat on Twitter.

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