Q&A with Julianna Goldman
Julianna Goldman talked about reporting on President Obama from the beginning of his candidacy in 2007 until the present, including her… read more
Julianna Goldman talked about reporting on President Obama from the beginning of his candidacy in 2007 until the present, including her preparation for presidential news conferences and her experiences traveling with the White House press corps. She said her approach is to simply obtain information and not ask “gotcha” questions, and that her job gives viewers and readers a unique view into the presidency that others don’t have. She recounted her decision to pursue journalism, citing Diane Sawyer, Charlie Rose, and Al Hunt as influences.
Ms. Goldman was born in Maryland and graduated magna cum laude with a degree in political science from Barnard College in New York City. She joined Bloomberg in 2003 and served in a variety of roles, including associate producer for Bloomberg Television’s Washington-based programming. She was assigned to cover candidate Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) in 2007 and became Bloomberg’s White House correspondent in 2009. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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