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Press release 10.04.2013
Euronews has established an editorial partnership with Bloomberg for its Business Weekly programme
Lyon, France, 10 April 2013 - Euronews - the international news channel and Bloomberg Television - the 24-hour business and financial television network - have agreed to exchange various content in their coverage of major business stories worldwide.
Bloomberg contributes to Euronews' "Business Weekly" programme, a round-up of the week's main business events. Every Friday, Euronews' Oleksandra Vakulina analyses the world's top business stories with Jonathan Ferro, Bloomberg's Markets Reporter, based in London.
Business Weekly every Saturday and Sunday on Euronews
On weekends, Euronews brings you up to date with the most important international economic, financial and corporate events. Euronews' Business Weekly programme is a unique European view of world business events: breaking stories, analysis and reports from the key markets.
A 8 minute programme every weekend on Euronews hosted by Oleksandra Vakulina.
Airing [CET] Saturday at 6:15, 10:45, 15:45, 19:45, Sunday at 3:14, 6:15, 9:45, 14:45, 17:45, Monday 2:45, 5:15, 10:45
The programme is broadcast in all the 12 language services of the channel* on air, on www.euronews.com/business-weekly, on Euronews' apps available on the AppStore and Google Play.
* Arabic, English, French, German, Greek, Italian, Persian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Turkish and Ukrainian.
About Oleksandra Vakulina
Oleksandra Vakulina is the editor and presenter of Euronews' "Business Weekly" programme, the round-up of the week's top business stories.
Oleksandra joined Euronews in 2011, as the Business journalist within the channel's new Ukrainian service.
Before that, she was an international news editor and presenter for the "First Business Channel" in her native Ukraine.
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