Waters Wavelength Podcast Episode 1: Bloomberg Terminals, Work Force Issues

Dan and Anthony discuss their recent opinion pieces in their inaugural podcast.

The Waters Wavelength is a weekly podcast featuring Sell-Side Technology deputy editor Dan DeFrancesco and WatersTechnology US editor Anthony Malakian.

In our ongoing attempt to engage with our readers as much as possibly, we've decided to start recording a weekly podcast featuring Sell-Side Technology deputy editor Dan DeFrancesco and WatersTechnology US editor Anthony Malakian. Every Thursday Anthony and Dan will discuss some of the biggest topics in the financial technology space, in addition to some pop culture, sports and political opinions.

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As for the actual episode, after a brief introduction, we kick things off by discussing my opinion piece from this week, which looks at the future of the Bloomberg terminal. We follow that up with a chat about Anthony's opinion piece looking at talent acquisition. Finally, we wrap things up by discussing the wildly popular Netflix original series Making a Murderer.


Links to articles discussed:

Bloomberg Blow Up: Predicting the Death of the Terminal

Bank of America set to cash in on expiring Bloomberg terminal deal

JPM looks to pull the plug on Bloomberg terminals

What Gets You Out of Bed: Money? Ego? Happiness? An Alarm Clock?

Dead Certainty: How "Making a Murderer" goes wrong.


As is the case with everything we do, we'd love to get some feedback from our listeners. Feel free to reach out to Anthony or Dan via Twitter or email.

Anthony: @a_malakian; Anthony.Malakian@incisivemedia.com

Dan: @dandefrancesco; Dan.DeFrancesco@incisivemedia.com


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