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Mr. Dan Bogler

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FT Announcements | About us |, 26 Feb 2010 [cached]
Financial Times appoints Dan Bogler president & editor of Medley Global Advisors
The Financial Times has appointed Dan Bogler president and editor of the newly-acquired Medley Global Advisors (MGA), a premier provider of macro policy intelligence to the world's top investment banks, hedge funds and asset managers.
Dan Bogler joined the FT in 1995 as a Lex columnist based in London and then New York. He also worked as Asia news editor, financial editor for FT Deutschland and was head of the Lex column before becoming managing editor in 2005. He was previously a speechwriter for the president and COO of Goldman Sachs in New York. Read more >>
Financial Times teams up with CNBC to examine the future of finance | About us |, 1 Jan 2009 [cached]
Dan Bogler, managing editor at the Financial Times, commented: "The Future of Finance series positions the Financial Times as a leader in the post-crunch debate and will include in-depth analysis from some of our most celebrated journalists".
Reshaping the Financial Times' newsroom ... [cached]
Reshaping the Financial Times' newsroom for the Credit Crisis - Interview with Managing Editor, Daniel Bogler
The Editors Weblog spoke to the Managing Editor of the FT, Daniel Bogler (left), about his views on the coverage and how his newspaper reacted as the crisis unfolded.
Firstly, Bogler agreed with the City's negative view on some of the mainstream media's coverage, saying, "It's unfortunate that the financial literacy and understanding of how things work in the City and of basic accounting and so on, is actually very thin in financial journalism. The FT, because we are a financial newspaper, take the stuff a lot more seriously. We hire people from the City... and also spend a lot of time, effort and money on training our people."
Rethinking the layout
Bogler reported that one of the key things the FT did when the magnitude of the story unfolding became clear was rethink the entire layout of the paper. To ensure that the FT provided enough space to deliver comprehensive coverage, it cleared the first four pages of previously planned stories and bumped them further inside. This shift in focus did result in other key news getting squeezed, but this highlights the newspapers keen news judgement on the significance of what was unfolding on trading screens throughout the world. The bar for a story to get onto the front page was suddenly raised.
200px-Financial_Times_New.png Bogler said that not only did the FT clear the first four pages, but it also redesigned the front page to emphasise and reflect the newspaper's focused coverage.
Bogler reported that the news editor and reporters around the world "shaped these pages relatively quickly."
When asked about the FT's competition, Bogler said, "Its unfortunate perhaps for the Wall Street Journal, having just been bought by Murdoch, that they have switched their interest to general news, political news and focusing on US politics at a time when US politics is just not the story. We have looked a bit more nimble."
Responsibility and ethics
Reflecting on this fast-changing story, the media coverage it has received, and the perceived "sensationalist" angle taken by other papers, Bogler said he is aware of the added pressure on the FT, "We do have an extra responsibility and we take it very seriously. We do not 'fan the flames' of the crisis."
He went on to say, "It is in the nature of newspapers to write the most dramatic headline, the most dramatic copy and have the most dramatic picture, so you have impact on your readers.... this irresponsibility is kind of bred into the industry.
Daniel Bogler, president of ..., 14 Mar 2015 [cached]
Daniel Bogler, president of Medley Global Advisors, declined to comment.
-FT's MGA ed: Financial Times ..., 8 Jan 2011 [cached]
-FT's MGA ed: Financial Times has named managing editor Dan Bogler president and editor of Medley Global Advisors (MGA), the investment bank info service it bought this month. He's charged with expanding the service outside its native U.S.
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