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It was promised a few months ago, then delayed for a bit, but the Monocle on Bloomberg TV series finally launches tomorrow (Saturday, January 29). From the press release:
Monocle’s editor‐in‐chief Tyler Brûlé will anchor “Monocle on Bloomberg” from Bloomberg Television’s studio in London, incorporating field reports and interviews from an eclectic mix of thinkers, leaders and entrepreneurs. Brûlé will be joined by Monocle editor Andrew Tuck, culture editor Robert Bound and foreign editor Steve Bloomfield. The programme’s executive producer Gillian Dobias has deployed correspondents and crews to shoot original reports in Seoul, Stockholm, Tokyo, Sudan, Miami and Switzerland.
It will initially have a 6-episode run, and airs globally on Bloomberg TV — you can check the schedule for the show here (it airs multiple times). For those of us who don’t have access to the channel, I seem to recall that they originally announced that the show would be available online as well, but there’s no mention of it in the press release or on the Monocle site.
Update: You can watch episodes online here.