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Posts Tagged ‘Trish Regan’

The Ticker: Robertson, Bloomberg CEOs, Beck Jeans

  • CNN correspondent Nic Robertson has been honored for his work covering the conflict in Syria. Robertson received the Prix Bayeux TV award for a report from the Syrian town of Zabadani earlier in January. The Prix Bayeux honors war correspondents of all stripes.
  • Bloomberg TV is planning a panel discussion of four CEOs during “Street Smart” at 4 PM today. The topic: how to tackle the debt problems facing the U.S. Trish Regan will host, with Honeywell’s David Cote, NASDAQ’s Bob Greifeld, BlackRock’s Larry Fink and UPS’ Scott Davis.
  • GBTV founder and former Fox News host Glenn Beck is getting into the clothing business. Beck’s company is launching a line of jeans (Made in America, natch) under the “1791″ clothing banner. They also created a very memorable commercial, with Beck serving as the voiceover talent. Watch it after the jump.

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The Ticker: Bloomberg, Univision, Cooper

  • Former House Speaker Dennis Hastert and former House Democratic leader Dick Gephardt are co-hosting Bloomberg TV’s “Street Smart” today. The two politicians will join Trish Regan and Adam Johnson from 4-5pmET as part of the network’s “Economy Election” coverage.
  • As if Anderson Cooper didn’t have quite enough on his plate, the CNN anchor and syndicated talk show host has launched a daily Spreecast that will take place on weekday mornings. Cooper will discuss the day’s top headlines and take viewer questions.

Bloomberg’s Emily Chang Gives Birth to Baby Boy

Emily Chang, the San Francisco-based anchor of Bloomberg TV’s “Bloomberg West,” gave birth to her first child on Saturday.

Chang and husband Jonathan Stull, who is the director of product management at Lookout Mobile, are new parents of Cooper Judson Stull, who already has his own Twitter account. Mother and child are happy and healthy.

Chang’s fellow Bloomberg TV colleagues Trish Regan and Gigi Stone also gave birth to baby boys this Summer.

Late Night, Early Morning for Charlie Rose

It’s day two of the DNC, and Charlie Rose is burning the candle at both ends, anchoring in both the morning and evening for two different networks. Rose co-anchored Bloomberg TV’s coverage of the speeches last night with Trish Regan

…and was back behind the anchor desk bright and early today for “CBS This Morning.” Read more

The Afternoon Ticker: Williams, Nightline, Regan

  • “NBC Nightly News” anchor Brian Williams left Tampa late last night for New Orleans where he’ll anchor “Nightly” from Plaquemines Parish. This is Williams’ 17th reporting trip from New Orleans since Hurricane Katrina struck 7 years ago.

  • ABC’s “Nightline” won the late night ratings race last week, with its best performance in 4 weeks. The show drew 100,000 more viewers than Jay Leno and 1,000,000 more than David Letterman. The show moves back an hour in January when “Jimmy Kimmel Live” goes head to head with Leno and Letterman.

  • On Bloomberg’s “Street Smart” from Tampa, Trish Regan presented former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice with a tailored green jacket, honoring Rice’s recent admittance into the Augusta National Golf Club after a public outcry against the club’s male-only membership policy.

Scenes from (Almost) Day One at the RNC

This TVNewser arrived in Tampa this morning, just as Tropical Storm Isaac’s outer bands continued to lash Florida’s west coast. The Republican National Convention, already shortened by a day because of Isaac, has changed the plans for some TV news anchors and reporters. But, for now, ABC’S Diane Sawyer, NBC’s Brian Williams and CBS’s Scott Pelley will broadcast Monday’s shows from here in Tampa.

So far we’ve stopped by the outdoor set of MSNBC, where “Hardball” and other shows will originate. We’ll be stopping by “Morning Joe” tomorrow at the Elephant Bar in the Channelside District. MSNBC has space inside the Tampa Bay Times forum as well where Andrea Mitchell is anchoring her show. Bloomberg’s set (below) is across from the Tampa Convention Center. We stopped by as Trish Regan anchored today’s “Street Smart” from the temporary studio, interviewing Lanhee Chen, Mitt Romney‘s policy director.

Charlie Rose Pulling Double Duty For Bloomberg TV Convention Coverage

Bloomberg TV is the latest network to slate 2012 convention coverage. Not surprisingly, its coverage will focus on economic issues, and will originate from the “Bloomberg Link” event space being set up in both Tampa and Charlotte.

Trish Regan will be the channel’s lead anchor for the conventions, while Charlie Rose will host his eponymous PBS and Bloomberg TV program nightly, in addition to his duties on “CBS This Morning.” Regan will anchor “Street Smart” every weekday from 3-5 PM, with nightly specials running from 9-10 PM each night, except the last night of each convention when it will run from 8-11 PM. The channel will also livestream its coverage online as well as events being held at the Bloomberg Link.

Bloomberg Washington editor Al Hunt, Bloomberg TV political analyst Matthew Dowd, Bloomberg View columnist Margaret Carlson, White House correspondents Hans Nichols and Julianna Goldman, along with chief Washington correspondent Peter Cook and Washington correspondent Meghan Hughes will all contribute to the channel’s coverage.

More information, after the jump.

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Trish Regan Returns

Bloomberg’s Trish Regan returns from maternity leave today, four weeks after giving birth to a baby boy.

The “Street Smart” anchor is also preparing to anchor all of Bloomberg’s primetime convention coverage, live from the RNC in Tampa and the DNC in Charlotte. There’s also a new graphics package for “Street Smart,” which airs from 3-5pmET, debuting today.

Baby Boys for Bloomberg’s Trish Regan and Gigi Stone

It’s a festive day today at Bloomberg TV: anchor Trish Regan and correspondent Gigi Stone both gave birth to baby boys this morning.

Regan delivered Jamie Ben, weighing in at 7 pounds, 9 ounces, this afternoon at 1:05 p.m. Regan, who is also the mother of two-year old twins, worked right up until her delivery, anchoring “Street Smart” yesterday. She expects to be back in early August.

Stone’s first child, Weston Woods, was born at 10:01 a.m. today. Before she was a mom, Stone gave mediabistroTV a tour of Bloomberg news for “Cubes.” Watch it after the jump.

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The Afternoon Ticker: Regan, Schultz, Dateline

  • Bloomberg TV’s Trish Regan is hosting a two-hour special, “The American Dream,” at 12pmET tomorrow. Regan told TVNewser that she came up with the concept to celebrate patriotism during the current uncertain economy. “This Independence Day, let’s remember we’ve also got unique and defining strengths,” she said. “Work ethic, entrepreneurial spirit and a resilient democracy.”
  • MSNBC’s Ed Schultz tells the New York Post about his summer vacation plans. “Our whole biological clock in this business is based on deadlines,” he said. “We are creatures of habit in this business and we are slave to the deadline, so when you go on vacation, just about anything makes you happy.”
  • For the next three weeks, NBC will air two hours of “Dateline” on Friday evenings at 9pmET/8pmCT. This week’s edition features a scuba-diving mystery reported by Dennis Murphy.

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