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  2. About Bloomberg Television

    Bloomberg Television is a network that airs business and financial news 24 hours a day. The network was widely known for their data screen format, in which news tickers and business data boxes used more of the television screen than the broadcast video. A more simplified and less cluttering interface where video is shown almost fullscreen is progressively being introduced across the different feeds. They were also one of the first financial news networks to provide a free internet streaming video feed.

    Its current headquarters are located at the Bloomberg Tower, 731 Lexington Avenue in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. The building is also known as One Beacon Court for the lighted rectangular beacon that caps the tower and the paved courtyard at the ground level.

    It was incorporated as a Delaware Limited Partnership in 1981 and has been in business since 1983. Michael Bloomberg owns 85% of the group. Bloomberg's core business is leasing terminals to subscribers. It also runs Bloomberg Television, a financial TV station, and a business radio station WBBR in New York City at a loss. Forbes Magazine estimated, in 2000, Bloomberg's cash flow margins on its $2.3 billion in revenues exceed 35%. Bloomberg reports more than 100,000 users in North America, and more than 150,000 in the rest of the world.


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