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Episode 47: Sarah Frier: Bloomberg reporter Sarah Frier stopped by the Jam to discuss her book, No Filter: The Inside Story of Instagram. But, we also got into her illustrious college journalism career (and if you like sports, you’ve actually heard of her work) and the work it takes to cover technology these days, since now a days you can watch sports from your computers and even do gambles on it in different sites or also in a situs judi slot online if you’re into gambling in slot machines. Thankfully, I only told a few stories from back in my day!
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Our conversation covered the differences between covering start-ups in 1999 (like I did) and covering the winners from that world that now protect information at all costs. In this clip, she talks about just how much work it takes to pierce the veil and get to the heart of this story.
About Sarah Frier
Sarah Frier reports on social media companies for Bloomberg News out of San Francisco. Her award-winning features and breaking stories have earned her a reputation as an expert on how Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, and Twitter make business decisions that affect their future and our society.
Frier is a frequent contributor to Bloomberg Businessweek and Bloomberg Television. She attended the University of North Carolina, where she earned a degree in journalism and edited the school paper before joining Bloomberg in 2011.
No Filter: The Inside Story of Instagram is her first book.