Bloomberg Media announced Thursday a slate of new video programs, reports Alex Weprin of The Hollywood Reporter.
Weprin reports, “Bloomberg’s new streaming content slate includes 6 shows, all of which are scheduled to debut this quarter. Documentary-style programming and interview formats dominate, with talent familiar to regular watchers, readers, or listeners of other Bloomberg content.
“Shows include a flagship documentary series called Bloomberg Investigates, which will serve as a video companion to some of the news organization feature stories. ‘Powered by the latest and most impactful stories in the newsroom, reporters will walk through the biggest enterprise stories on their beat through on the ground reporting, analysis and more,’ the logline reads. The series will launch April 26.
“AI IRL will be a 12 episode series starring journalists Jackie Davalos and Nate Lanxon as they explore ways that artificial intelligence is being used in the real world. The show debuted April 19.
“Bloomberg is planning a video expansion for its popular Odd Lots podcast with hosts Joe Weisenthal and Tracy Alloway being joined in a new Bloomberg Originals studio by live guests. The video edition of Odd Lots will debut May 1.”
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