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Each report is fully researched and up-to-the-moment, including*:
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- Lawsuits and other complaints against the journalist
- Family relations that could influence how the journalist reports a story
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- Any possible biases reflected by the journalist’s personal life activities
- Other information that reflects on the journalist’s character and proclivities
Each of our NewsBios dossiers is unique and reflects information our researchers are able to glean from publicly available information. We NEVER contact the journalists directly and we do not list or reveal the names of our clients.
[*Please note: Some data may not be available on some journalists, especially those who work outside the United States. Since we never contact the journalists directly, we can only provide biographical details that can be harvested from public sources.]
To place an order for a NewsBio dossier, or to obtain more information, fill in the form below. You may also phone us at 1-866-NEWS-070, ext. 2. (866-639-7070), or email your request to us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Official newsroom bios and LinkedIn résumés only provide you half of the story. It’s the other half that often matters the most – i.e. what the journalists don’t volunteer about their professional experiences and personal influences. That is where NewsBios excels.
Our in-depth dossiers, prepared by veteran researchers, let you “know” the world’s most influential journalists before you ever meet them. In fact, we often are pleased to hear from our clients that they gain insights about what makes journalists tick – even those they’ve worked with for years.
When your company’s or clients’ reputation is on the line, you really can’t afford to know only the “authorized” portion of a journalist’s background. You need to be certain you’ve got the full story.
Talk about sibling rivalry. Twin sisters Sasha and Nadia Damouni, 35, not only are both financial journalists; they work for battling financial news services, Bloomberg and Reuters.
Sasha, who joined Bloomberg in New York in July 2010, specializes in coverage of the healthcare industry, focused on pharmaceutical and biotech companies, as well as health services and medical technology concerns. She previously served as the global editor of Pharmawire/BioPharm, healthcare trade news organizations owned by Financial Times Group.
Nadia, who is the “Corporate Board” correspondent for Reuters, has been on the beat since April 2013, keeping watch on the directors and management teams of publicly traded companies, as well as shareholder proposals, shareholder activists, and related developments. She originally joined Reuters as an M&A reporter in September 2010, focused on media, telecommunications and technology.
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As Maria Bartiromo bravely reported live from the floor of The New York Stock Exchange on the morning of September 11, 2001, still dusted with soot, she certainly realized she would never again mark future birthdays without recalling the haunting images of the events she had witnessed.
Bartiromo turned 34 years old on September 11, 2001, one of many of today’s working journalists who also marked a birthday on that eventful day.
“All we could see was smoke, we couldn’t even breathe, practically,” Bartiromo reported on NBC News (watch the video clip). “Frankly, I ran for my life.”
Bartiromo, who in 1995 became the very first journalist to report live from the floor of the NYSE, was outdoors when the second plane flew into the second tower. “The whole area turned pitch black,” she recalled on camera, adding that she returned to the Exchange both to seek shelter and to report on what she had experienced.
Bartiromo, who now serves as global markets editor for the Fox Business Network and host of the weekday morning program, Opening Bell with Maria Bartiromo, was born in Brooklyn, the youngest of three children.
For a list of other working journalists who were born on September 11th, click here.
Featuring Tanner Hockensmith – Executive Director, ALS Association Texas
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NewsBios Executive Editor Dean Rotbart takes listeners behind the scenes of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge – a global viral marketing campaign that raised more than $110 million for charity in about one month.
Offering advice to charities and business owners based upon the huge success of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
Dean’s guest on his weekly podcast, Monday Morning Radio, is Tanner Hockensmith, Executive Director of the ALS Association Texas Chapter and a national spokesperson for the organization. Tanner dissects the success of the Ice Bucket Challenge and offers advice on how charities and businesses can generate their own buzz snatching campaigns.
You can also read Dean’s article about his interview with Tanner on Examiner.com.
Participants includes (clockwise): George and Laura Bush, Justin Timberlake, Bill Gates, and Jimmy Fallon
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Dean teaches his popular Buzz Snatching course at The Wizard Academy in Austin, Texas, as well onsite at corporations and nonprofits. Those interested in attending his next class, or scheduling him to speak, should email him at: email@example.com.
Monday Morning Radio is available for free via the iTunes store. Click here to subscribe.
Posted: September 29, 2014
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