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Bloomberg TV names executive producer

January 30, 2012

Posted by Chris Roush

Veteran business news journalist Dan Arnall has joined Bloomberg as executive producer of news for Bloomberg Television.

He replaces Dan Colarusso, who left last month to join Reuters.

Arnall has more than a decade of experience covering the economy, American business and the impact of financial regulation, among other major stories.  Based in New York, he will oversee Bloomberg’s television news gathering and editorial in the U.S.  Arnall will also work to integrate video content across the company’s multimedia properties including Bloomberg.com and Bloomberg Mobile, which together reach millions of users per day.

“Dan’s extensive experience in covering business news and his passion for the beat, along with his creative production skills, will make him a crucial leader of the Bloomberg TV team,” said Andrew Morse, head of Bloomberg TV in the U.S., in a statement.

“I’m looking forwarding to joining the best team in business news,” said Arnall in a statement. “This is an exciting time of growth for Bloomberg as we expand our TV programming and bring our in-depth business and financial news coverage across every digital platform.”

Arnall joins Bloomberg from ABC News, where he served as senior producer for business coverage and most recently as senior producer for domestic news at “World News with Diane Sawyer.”  While at ABC, he ran business and economic coverage across all platforms, including coverage of the 2008 financial crisis, the Japanese earthquake and Presidential and mid-term elections.

Prior to joining ABC in 2004, Arnall began his journalism career as a reporter for ABC, CBS and NBC affiliates in Missouri, then at WNBC and CNN in New York. He holds a master’s degree from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism and graduated cum laude from the University of Missouri.

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