New York City
Mike Nizza is an editor at Bloomberg View, the opinion arm of Bloomberg News.
Previously, he served as executive editor of BloombergPolitics.com, a site launched in November 2014 to cover the presidential election with a team of reporters, editors, and a daily television show helmed by Mark Halperin and John Heilemann called "With All Due Respect."
Way way way before this, just as the dot-com bubble was bursting, he joined the crew guiding The New York Times from print to Web giant. In eight years, he coded and cropped photos, reported and edited, wrote headlines, selected the front-page lineup and managed teams and new initiatives. He also penned The Lede, the Times' breaking news blog, providing real-time coverage on banner news days and writing hundreds of articles on everything from foreign affairs and politics to technology and music.
Later, Nizza became co-director and senior editor at Atlantic Media Co.'s Innovation Center, where journalists and software developers conceived and developed new digital media products, including The Atlantic Wire.
He also served as editor of Esquire Digital, overseeing all digital forms of expression for the legendary magazine, as well as editor in chief of AOL News, where he helped lead the site's transition to producing original content, from award-nominated photo essays about Haiti to groundbreaking investigative pieces on the dark side of nanotechnology.
In the Fall of 2010, he joined a small group of people building The Daily, a first-of-its-kind national news publication built especially for the iPad. As the Managing Editor/News, he helped build the product and its editorial mission from ground up, hiring a dynamic team of line editors, investigative reporters, national correspondents and bloggers.
His first gig in digital media was building a Web site covering the 2000 presidential election at the Council on Foreign Relations.
He lives in Brooklyn with his wife Claire Howorth and their daughter Mae.