Bloomberg Staffs Up Politics, Poaches from MSNBC, CBS

By Chris Ariens Comment

The “gatekeeper” of Hardball is, with all due respect, heading to Bloomberg.

Querry Robinson is among a half dozen new staffers joining Bloomberg Politics, TVNewser has learned. Robinson will be the new lead booker for With All Due Respect, the network’s nightly political program hosted by Mark Halperin and John Heilemann. Robinson started at Fox News but spent the last decade at MSNBC’s Hardball with Chris Matthews where he was the lead booker for that politics show.

Sarah Scully moves from Bloomberg Enterprise to With All Due Respect where she will be a producer. Alexander Trowbridge also joins as a producer. He comes from CBS where he was a digital reporter for CBSNews.com.

Kendall Breitman leaves Politico for Bloomberg Politics where she will be a researcher and reporter. Sarah Muller jumps from MSNBC to Bloomberg Politics as Social Media Editor. Before MSNBC, Muller covered elections as a digital producer at MTV News and Comedy Central, working on the websites for The Daily Show and The Colbert Report.

Lastly, as the 2016 race heats up — another new GOP jumped in this morning — WADR is bringing on Ken Goldstein as political ads & polling analyst. He’s also keeping his day job as professor of Politics at the University of San Francisco.

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