Miller named editor of Bloomberg Live
Bloomberg Media announced Thursday the appointment of Mark Miller as editor of Bloomberg Live, the company’s live event business.
Miller joins Bloomberg from “Marketplace,” where he was the managing editor and oversaw reporting and editing for the organization’s portfolio of radio programs and digital platforms.
At Bloomberg Live, he will be responsible for leading the editorial and programming strategy for Bloomberg Live’s annual marquee conferences, including the Markets Most Influential Summit, The Year Ahead Summit and the Bloomberg Technology Conference.
In his new role, Miller will work alongside Stacy Kennedy, who leads the business aspects of Bloomberg Live globally.
“Mark brings impressive and wide-ranging editorial experience to the role and he will be a key driver in our efforts to create unique and compelling events that have impact,” said Bloomberg Editor in Chief John Micklethwait in a statement.
Before joining Marketplace in 2014, Miller was deputy editorial director of The Hollywood Reporter. Prior to that, he was the director of editorial operations at Newsweek and The Daily Beast under Tina Brown.
He has had a long history with Newsweek, joining the magazine as a summer intern in 1985 and eventually becoming editorial director in 2009. Miller has also worked in top editorial roles at The Texas Tribune and The Dallas Morning News. He graduated from Southern Methodist University with a B.A. in history and a B.F.A in Journalism.