Host & Executive Producer, Bloomberg Originals
Emily Chang is the leading television journalist in Silicon Valley and a host and executive producer at Bloomberg Originals. Based in San Francisco, she anchored the daily “Bloomberg Technology” program on Bloomberg Television for twelve years, along with the long-form interview series “Studio 1.0.” She’s also the author of the best-selling book, “Brotopia: Breaking Up the Boys’ Club of Silicon Valley.”
Chang reports on stories at the intersection of technology, media, entertainment, business and culture. She regularly speaks to top executives, investors and entrepreneurs, including Apple CEO Tim Cook, Tesla CEO Elon Musk, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg, former Meta COO Sheryl Sandberg, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, Google CEO Sundar Pichai, and Twitter Co-Founder Jack Dorsey. She has also interviewed some of the most prominent leaders in Hollywood, including Disney CEO Bob Iger, Netflix founder Reed Hastings and producer Aaron Sorkin, along with cultural icons like tennis great Serena Williams.
In 2018, Chang published “Brotopia” which became a national bestseller. She has also played herself in several cameos on HBO’s hit show “Silicon Valley.” Chang is a board advisor at BUILD, a national non-profit organization that uses entrepreneurship to excite and propel disengaged, low-income students through high school to college success.
Before joining Bloomberg in 2010, Chang served as an international correspondent for CNN in Beijing. There, she reported on a wide range of stories, including the 2008 Olympics, President Obama’s first visit to Asia and North Korea’s nuclear ambitions. She also reported for CNN in London, where she covered international news for CNN’s “American Morning” program.
Prior to joining CNN in 2007, Chang served as a reporter at KNSD, NBC’s affiliate in San Diego, California. There, she filed reports for MSNBC and won five regional Emmy Awards. She started her career as a news producer at NBC in New York.
Born and raised in Kailua, Hawaii, Chang graduated magna cum laude from Harvard University. She lives in the Bay Area with her husband and four children.