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BGOV in the News
So far, BGov has hired more than 100 journalists, and plans to be at 150 by the end of the year. Combined with the Bloomberg News Washington bureau upstairs, that will push the total over 300. It’s already the largest …
“Our driving mission: What’s the business impact of government action?” says Mike Riley, managing editor of Bloomberg Government and former editor of Congressional Quarterly. “Nobody’s doing that the way we’re doing that.”
The burgeoning genre represented by Bloomberg Government exists not because an audience wants to read such journalism without romance but because it must.
So guess what the plan is for Washington? Mike Riley, managing editor of the new Bloomberg Government operation, told the New York Times…