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Posts Tagged ‘Trish Reagan’

The Morning Ticker: Regan, Kaye, Roberts

  • Bloomberg’s Trish Regan hosts “Cybersecurity: Getting to Business” today at 3pmET. Regan gets the first TV interview with the new head of the NSA, Admiral Michael Rogers and examines how prepared the U.S. government and businesses are for a potential cyber-attack.

  • CNN’s Randi Kaye anchors a special next month: ““Buried Secrets: Who Murdered The McStay Family.” In the hour-long investigation, Kaye looks into a San Diego family that vanished in 2010, only to be found four years later in shallow graves in the Mojave Desert.

  • Saturday’s “48 Hours: Live to Tell” was the #1 non-sports broadcast of the night in A25-54. Anchored by Troy Roberts, the hour featured the first-person account of a woman who survived being stabbed 32 times by a former boyfriend.

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Bloomberg Hires CNBC Producer For ‘Street Smart’

Jason Farkas will join Bloomberg TV as a senior broadcast producer in January. His hire was announced today by Ted Fine, Bloomberg’s executive producer for afternoons.

Farkas will focus on helping the “Street Smart” editorial team ahead of the program’s re-launch on January 9. Like newly-named anchor Trish Reagan, Farkas joins the network from CNBC, where he was senior producer of “SportsBiz” and “Trading the Globe.”

Farkas will be deputy to Fine for Bloomberg TV’s afternoon programming. He starts January 3.

The full memo from Fine is after the jump.

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