Emily Chang to Leave Bloomberg Technology and Focus Time on Other Content, Including Studio 1.0

By A.J. Katz 

Bloomberg TV anchor Emily Chang will be departing the daily program Bloomberg Technology next Thursday, Nov. 10. Ed Ludlow in San Francisco and Caroline Hyde in New York will co-host the show beginning the following day.

The San Francisco-based Chang, who has fronted the channel’s flagship daily technology program since 2010, is starting a new venture developing original video programming and telling stories at the intersection of tech, business and culture.

Chang and her team will also focus on re-imagining her other show, Bloomberg Studio 1.0, as a weekly program, in which she will travel to meet the CEOs, entrepreneurs and influencers making an impact on society. Combining sit-down interviews and field segments, Chang will tell in-depth stories about the top issues of the day, from the impact of video-sharing sites like TikTok to the hype around crypto.


She will also develop new limited series that will focus on specific topics she deems are worth more in-depth treatment.

Chang joined Bloomberg in 2010 after a three-year stint at CNN. She spent two of those years reporting from CNN’s Beijing bureau and one in London. Before joining CNN London in August 2007, the native Hawaiian spent three years at KNSD, the NBC affiliate in San Diego where she also filed reports for MSNBC.