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Dynamic Duo
peterchresan
These guys are the best there is. Guests are knowledgeable, articulate and incisive. This is the best on Pod with Berry a close second.
Great team, great podcast, great interviews!
August Consumer
I look forward to this podcast, and I feel it is the best free American podcast that I listen to on my IPhone. I do not find it as partisan as some have criticized; nothing like Fox or NPR bias. In my opinion, the voices are fine, no vocal fry, like some WSJ commentators. However, opinions must differ in life. Thanks, to all of the staff and guests for the interesting interviews.
More content
pjahern7
The wsj has a daily podcast that’s 30’mins long and a great listen to daily on the ride. They changed the format and I can’t listen to it. I certain there are many who will be looking for a daily financial news pod cast
918
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It’s a great listen but stop interrupting your guests and let them speak, you guys are so bad about this - the guests are supposed to be the ones that are more intelligent anyway.
Way to biased
willy 277
Tom is really full of himself. Who cares what you think Tom. Just the news please. Mr. Prewitt is rolling over in his grave. Typical NYC snark. You are not that smart Tom, if you were you would be self employed like me. But i am sure Mr Bloomberg approves. BTW loose the effite bow tie.
Sub-standard
MrCleanCa
Amateurish production, main announcer has a voice that is painful to listen to and coughs into the mike, people talk over each other, the same sound bridge is used for every transition. Thoroughly annoying
Best daily podcast and short interviews for the global macro trader
Dartmouth James
Fantastic guest list and short intreviews. Nothing (free) is close if you are looking for points of view from some of the best minds (economists, market strategists) in the financial industry.
Not a voice for radio
LaRadiolina
Some people don’t have a voice for public speaking just as some people don’t have a voice for singing. The American is painful to listen to, the British guy is fine. Not sure what the producer is thinking...but I have to unsubscribe because of this. Guests are good.
Great podcast
DL_2402
I really enjoy this, find it consistently informative and stimulating in terms of market developments and broader global macro themes. Thanks!
Awesome Podcast!!
Brooke Craven
Tom, Jon and Pimm, hosts of the Bloomberg Surveillance podcast, highlights all aspects of economics, business and more in this can’t miss podcast! The hosts and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!
Louise Yamada segment
Derivatives Trader
I’m a fan of your show and a regular listener. I liked the China spying segment as well as Louise Yamada’s interview. I think she is really good. One criticism I would have though - is that I felt Tom Keene was disrespectful / dismissive towards Louise. Maybe that was not his intent but it definitely came across that way with his comments about point & figure charting being out of date “from the 1890s” and then later referring to Louise as “old school”.
Great content
gab.rome
This is all great content but someone needs to get this guy new vocal cords. It hurts me to listen to him speak and most of the time i can’t finish listening to the podcast
John Glassman
gator great
Dude sounded like an agent for the Chinese government.
Awesome
Orlovs
The best business podcast which you can listen everyday.
The best.
california grizzly bear
Where else in any of the media ... do they apply college level mathematics, economics, and physics to explain how the financial world and even how Main St works. Great guests with deep insights — not like the repetitious talking heads on cable news. Can really learn a lot here!
Turning into a bully pulpit to push an agenda.
Fuzzy Bee
As Tom Keene fades into the background, the new host is resorting to shock jock attack/argumentative/abusive tactics and it’s incredibly annoying. If we could go back to asking questions and letting the experts you selected speak uninterrupted, that’d be great. Even the softer reports seem to be pushing a political agenda, rather than reporting on the economy in an objective manner.
More partisan dribble
i dont want your opinion
I’ve cut back my listening to near zero. This show has devolved into partisan politics. Hardly any interesting market analysis. Five interviews with college sociology professors, for one with a real trader on the street. Therefore you get one out of five stars. Good luck snowflakes.
Tiresome
MBlaze
I’ve listened to this for 5+ yrs now....the problem is they cycle thru the same guests and drone on about the same topics over and over..going on about ‘the fed’ when everyone knew nothing was changing...The few times they hit on interesting topics/guests, its usually too brief and superficial to be interesting.
A Must Have.
Thrillonious
An amazing and consistently objective view of economics and all that influence it.
June Grasso Bloomberg Law-can't listen to her talk
incognito82
June Grasso Blooberg Law can't pronounce names, messes up names and say words without completely mixing them. How is it possible she is hired to talk? Awkard at best and horrifying to listen to at worst. Bloomgerg, please find someone else to talk.
snide and partisan
Bandbox 39
The content and guests are generally good, but Tom Keene is too partisan. If he'd lay off the snide comments about Trump and Republicans, I'd up my review to 4 stars.
So so
*D*J*H*
I would have expected Bloomberg to be better than this. Interviews are basically partisan sound bites with little depth or well rounded debate.
Quality, class, and knowledge
Plasmatic88
Amazing podcast for serious Econ nerds. Filled with interesting facts and insight, sprinkled with charm and humor. Keep it up guys. Thank you!
Great variety, not just financial
Vickey8
Love history and current affairs interviews like Admiral Stavridis and Niall Ferguson.
Tom Keenes Breathing
Mikeshard101
Great podcast, but dude! Tom Keene! Mute your mic when your not talking. Your heavy breathing is painful
Brilliant!
Daisy-3567920
Love Tom and David!
Great
SamGrassi2501
They bring in some people with great ideas, awesome to listen too.
Thank, Tom for the help on the Schwab ad!
John.Madden
Much better w-o that music ;) Top notch crew at Bloomberg Radio. Thx for so much great content. I've been listening to your podcasts-audio downloads since 2008
Limited Podcast Coverage
CRAW9726
Could you please provide all your interviews during Bloomberg Sruveillance as separate Podcasts as you have done in the past. You now only issue on average one Podcast per day of +-45 minutes. We were glad you stopped publishing the entire hour as a single Podcast, but we miss having each interview conducted during the show. The "summary" Podcast isn't enough. Take it from those who have listened to you since Bloomberg on the Economy. Thanks.
Several angles covered
CaraF13
I appreciate this Podcast for how it covers so many different angles with the election. Thank you for providing updated specific details for both candidates. It's important for me to hear about the proposed tax changes for small businesses. I look forward to learning more! InterviewValetCF
Great coverage of business news and activities
Kevin@LA
Like many commuters in LA, I spend 3-4 hours a day on the congested freeways. Podcasts are my companions. I have been listening to many business and investment related podcasts, the Bloomberg Surveillance is one of the best. This week, I didn't get the podcast on Monday and Tuesday, I felt I missed something all-day long, and then I realized how important this podcast became in my daily life... Thanks Tom and Michael for the job well done.
Not updated
Grawn 12345
There is a Bloomberg radio app that is updated (most of the time). They call it a podcast but iTunes does not have updated episodes.
Good Stuff
@paulwdavid
Tom, Mike, and the BBG Surv. team do a great job providing useful/relevant real-time market -finance-economic information w/ many interesting guests. Hockey chats too!
Positive Change
JEE_CFP
I'm glad to see the change to the new format where they've removed all the market updates, etc. and just include the interviews. I still wish it was the OLD way where every interview (and JUST the interview) was a separate podcast episode. That way I could pick and choose the guests I wanted to listen to. But the current format is a GIANT leap forward from what we've had for the last year or so. Good job!
Awesome!
TravPerk
I love Bloomberg Surveillance. I'm 24 and am just recently getting into financial and economic news. Bloomberg has taught me so much, and I rely on them and Barron's to learn. I watch Bloomberg Surveillance on my tv everyday, and listen to the podcast daily as well. I love all things Bloomberg, I trust them greatly!
Recent improvements
TTS_NM
Much appreciate last week's changes eliminating breaks for news/sports and combining segments into a single download. I enjoy this interesting and informative podcast now more than ever!
Great business podcast!
Go4dapin
Please do not split up interviews. Thank you for combining them into 1 podcast.
Why are 5 out the top 15 podcasts about finance?
morganfitzp
There's either a recession coming or iTunes ratings system goes wonky on weekends.
Great show!
SFCalBear
Podcast is great even when they stopped editing for each guest. Having the entire hour lets you pick and choose what you want. The last few days they have killed the quality with a lower quality record. Please stop hurting our ears and bring back regular quality, please?
Edit the podcasts!
Sprout Fan
The new format doesn't work for busy people. t listen to these podcasts in the car. Without the editing -- taking out the market updates, commercials, unnecessary segues, they've become unlistenable.
Skip it. No Longer A Podcast of Highlights
cyberbiker
This has now just become a broadcast of the radio program broken into segments. It's no longer a podcast of highlights. Skip it. There are more efficient ways to get interviews and highlights.
Format Change is AWFUL
crbfile
Was useful, now just a dump by Simplepilot on Sep 13, 2014 Rating: ★☆☆☆☆ I listened to almost all the podcasts for valuable insights from their esteemed guests. Now, instead, I get - mindless banter - market updates that are, by definition, obsolete - sports updatesI did skip through them initially hoping they would change back, but I am giving up on it now. Just not worth it - takes 30 minutes to listen to 5 minutes of useful information Unfortunate Change by JEE_CFP on Sep 04, 2014 Rating: ★☆☆☆☆ I have to agree with other recent reviews: the change to hour-long segments (including the commercials, market updates, mindless banter, etc.) has GREATLY reduced the value of the Bloomberg podcasts!I originally thought the change was just due to somebody new filling in for someone on vacation. So I hung in there. But as time goes on, it's apparent that the change was deliberate and permanent.I've been a loyal listener for years (I even gladly paid for the service for a couple years). But in the current format, it's pretty much useless. I guess it's time to move on. retired engineer by Phil_in_Houston on Sep 04, 2014 Rating: ★☆☆☆☆ This was a great podcast for years (5 star). Unfortunately they have made 45 minute dumps of the radio show instead of short segments of the important interviews. I guess that is ok if you want up to the minute reports on yessterdays news. Sadly I can only listen to the occasional short interview that they still include. Went from Valuable Shorts to a Program Dump by cyberbiker on Aug 19, 2014 Rating: ★☆☆☆☆ The kinds of people who listen to Bloomberg Surveillance are busy. We needed a few shorts of wisdom from Surveillance guests as the podcast use to be designed. However, it is now a segmented dump of the entire Bloomberg Surveillance radio program. Bad move! Bloomberg podcasts - Downgraded from Buy to Don't Bother by 53Consulting on Sep 21, 2014 Rating: ★☆☆☆☆ They've ruined their very strong podcasts. Instead of editing their media streams and providing interviews with guests they now simply cut 30-50 minutes continuously. Evidently they think people who download their podcasts to listen at a later date are interested in news and advertising bits from prior days. Pathetic.
Bloomberg podcasts - Downgraded from Buy to Don't Bother
53Consulting
They've ruined their very strong podcasts. Instead of editing their media streams and providing interviews with guests they now simply cut 30-50 minutes continuously. Evidently they think people who download their podcasts to listen at a later date are interested in news and advertising bits from prior days. Pathetic.
Was useful, now just a dump
Simplepilot
I listened to almost all the podcasts for valuable insights from their esteemed guests. Now, instead, I get - mindless banter - market updates that are, by definition, obsolete - sports updates I did skip through them initially hoping they would change back, but I am giving up on it now. Just not worth it - takes 30 minutes to listen to 5 minutes of useful information
retired engineer
Phil_in_Houston
This was a great podcast for years (5 star). Unfortunately they have made 45 minute dumps of the radio show instead of short segments of the important interviews. I guess that is ok if you want up to the minute reports on yessterdays news. Sadly I can only listen to the occasional short interview that they still include.
Please Return to the Interview-by-Interview Format
thejhellman
Recently, some Bloomberg Surveillance podcasts have been released as 45-60 minute continuous blocks extracted straight from the Bloomberg radio broadcast. I strongly prefer the interview-by-interview podcast format. It allows me to focus on the podcasts in which I’m interested. Alternately, maybe chapters can be added to the continuous broadcast to allow skipping ahead in the podcast. Thanks.
Well done.
Update please
Regular listener. Thanks for the podcasts, Bloomberg.
Subtly helping destroy the USA, one interview at a time
houston_capitalist
The gimmick belies the real agenda. I've now listened to Keene and Co. for several years. Keene is the gimmick ("I rarely give my opinion," LOL) -- he comes off as very knowledgeable and nuanced and "objective" on financial and economic topics, far more savvy than the overt cretins at CNBC and other mainstream business media sites. But the agenda is crystal clear. Without fail ... more regulation, more rules, more government, more Fed, more Euro-bureaucratic machinations, higher taxes, more programs, more money-printing, and ENDLESS corporatist cronies (and their patron saint, ultimate insider Arthur Levitt) shilling for all of the above. ALWAYS the answer is to have more bureaucrats telling more real people what to do and how to do it. Folks, BIG Business loves Big Government. And that's why Bloomberg puts out a steady diet of this slick, polished ... poison. Notice they never propose anything that will solve the endlessly repeated problems, ever. The USA wasn't built by a bunch of people who needed to be told how to run their businesses at the threat of a bureaucratic fine or gun. The USA was built by free men, looking out for their own individual self-interests, enjoying their successes and enduring their failures. Bloomberg has nothing to say about that. Turn off the Bloomberg. Pick up an audio copy of Atlas Shrugged. And do it soon, cuz time's almost up.
Poor interface on iOS 6
Cow2215
Podcast descriptions are not visible in the new podcast player that we've all been forced to start using on iOS 6. Appears to be a Bloomberg problem as I can see descriptions for other podcasts. Please fix!
Why Arthur?
Kestrel452
He is intelligent and experienced, but he let's his politically liberal and obsolete views penetrate every discussion. His comments thereby become meaningless, irritating, and a waste of time.
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