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Monday, 31 August 2015 16:30

Sun Bay Paper To Affiliate With Bloomberg News Service Featured

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The Sun Bay Paper and sunbaypaper.com is proud to announce it has entered into a licensing agreement with the prestigious news and finance publisher- Bloomberg (Bloomberg L.P.).

“By having access to Bloomberg’s portfolio and data banks The Sun Bay Paper will be able to provide our readers with up to date, cutting edge news on every conceivable topic”, said Sun Bay Publisher B.C. Conley.

“Bloomberg News is an international news agency formerly known as Bloomberg Business News. Starting with a team of six people. In 2010 Bloomberg News included more than 2300 editors and reporters in 72 countries and 146 news bureau’s”. {source: Wickipedia}

“We chose Bloomberg because of its strong foundation in objectivity. CNN and the major broadcasting networks tend to lean left liberal and Fox news right conservative- Bloomberg presents facts in a very straight forward way without kowtowing or capitulating to political correctness”, add Conley.

The Sun Bay Paper is the publishing arm of Sea Level Broadcasting. Its staff has over a hundred collective years of journalism and publishing experience. Its news department is headed by Editor-in-chief Trent Townsend. Together the Florida news team covers a beat encircling Estero Bay south including Fort Myers, Sanibel, Bonita Springs, Estero, Ft. Myers Beach and Lee County. They also oversee state news acquisition.
Sunbaypaper.com covers the world through long affiliations with sources built up over 15 years of online reporting.

The addition of Bloomberg content will insure Sun Bay readers will reach more of that world by having access to Bloomberg’s large national and international reports, articles and financial data.

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