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Date: September 21
Richard Bradley is Editor-in-Chief of Worth, the lifestyle and wealth management magazine for ‘ultra-high-net-worth’ individuals. In this in-depth interview, he reveals what he’s learnt in a career profiling the super-wealthy; the growing culture of large-scale philanthropy in the light of the ‘Giving Pledge’ campaign; how President Trump has vastly fewer fans in the global elite than he claims; their efforts to utilise technology, data insight, and prestigious brand partnerships to retain the print magazine’s profitability - thus sustaining Worth as a global editorial platform, powering their iconic annual ‘Power 100’ list.

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Media Masters is a series of extended one-to-one interviews with people at the top of the media game. Our guests come from the world of journalism, TV, radio, politics, publishing, social media, PR, gaming, academia and even Hollywood. Each week Paul Blanchard leads an informal and reflective discussion of their career - the personal highs and lows, challenges, successes, and lessons learned.

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