3 Bloomberg News Professionals to Help Missouri Journalism Students Understand Business Journalism

Bloomberg News

The Group Will Hold Sessions During the Fall 2013 Semester

By Caroline Murray

Columbia, Mo. (Sept. 6, 2013) — Three Bloomberg News business journalists will visit the Missouri School of Journalism this fall to engage with students through talks, workshops and brown bag events. The guests are:

  • Cesca Antonelli
    Cesca Antonelli

    Cesca Antonelli, Washington bureau chief and managing editor for Bloomberg News.

  • Steve Stroth, a 19-year Bloomberg veteran and award-winning journalist.
  • Jason Kelly, managing editor of Bloomberg, author of The New Tycoons: Inside the Trillion Dollar Private Equity Industry That Owns Everything and frequent contributor to Bloomberg Television.
Steve Stroth
Steve Stroth

The Bloomberg professionals also will hold sessions on how to use the Bloomberg Terminal, a proprietary resource available free to all University of Missouri students. The terminal provides real-time access to all kinds of business and financial market data. This includes news, price quotes, analytics and related items.

Jason Kelly
Jason Kelly

Bloomberg, with 15,000 employees in 192 locations around the world, is one of the largest journalism organizations in the world. Bloomberg reporters often break news before other news sources, according to Randall Smith, professor and the Donald W. Reynolds Endowed Chair of Business Journalism.

“Business journalism in all areas – digital, television, radio – is a fast-growing market here and abroad,” Smith said. “Missouri journalism students can be prepared for the huge career opportunities around the world and enjoy the prospect for excellent salaries.”

The Bloomberg presentations will take place Sept. 16-Nov. 5.

Updated: August 15, 2019

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