Bloomberg Media announced Friday the expansion of its flagship morning program “Bloomberg Surveillance” to include a new radio show hosted by veteran Bloomberg anchor Tom Keene and the appointment of Annmarie Hordern as an anchor of the TV edition.
Keene, the original creator of “Bloomberg Surveillance” on Bloomberg Radio in 2008, will now lead the new “Bloomberg Surveillance” radio program co-hosted by Paul Sweeney.
The program will air daily from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. ET on radio, streaming live on YouTube, and will also be available as a podcast. The show will remain focused on economics, finance, investment and international relations and will feature longer news-making interviews and conversations.
Keene will develop special projects for video and audio, including a new weekly program set to premiere on Bloomberg Television next year.
Jonathan Ferro will continue to lead the television version of “Bloomberg Surveillance” with Lisa Abramowicz. They will be joined by current “Bloomberg Balance of Power” co-anchor Annmarie Hordern, who will relocate from Washington to New York.
Hordern has spent over a decade at Bloomberg breaking news and securing exclusive interviews with world leaders and newsmakers in politics, energy, the Middle East, and more.
Kailey Leinz will now co-host “Balance of Power” with Joe Mathieu. She was formerly a regular contributor to the show and covered financial regulation from Washington. All changes to the lineup will be effective in early 2024.
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