Award winning PBS NewsHour Special correspondent, Bloomberg Television and CNN alumnus
Ryan Chilcote is an award-winning broadcaster, presenter, and journalist. A special correspondent for the PBS NewsHour, Chilcote divides his time between reporting, video production, documentaries, and media training. Prior to setting up his own production company, Ryan served as a business correspondent and presenter at Bloomberg Television and a CNN International Correspondent. Chilcote is also one of the world’s best-known MCs and moderators and has lead dozens of discussions on TV & on-line, at the New York Stock Exchange, the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Kazakhstan Energy Week in Astana and nearly everywhere in between. Thanks to a quarter-century of reporting that has spanned general and business news, Chilcote is at home moderating a conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin as he is leading a gathering of the C-suite – always ensuring thoughtful and provocative discussions. Recently, Chilcote has been focused on some of the world's biggest business, economic and political stories including but not limited to: the pandemic and economic fallout, Brexit, the G20, G7/8, global trade, NATO, the sanctions regimes imposed on Russia and Iran, the European debt crisis, climate change, OPEC and the oil market, energy companies, financial service and fintech, cyber security, technology, and the automotive sector. Over his 25 years in journalism, Ryan has filed hundreds of reports and conducted more than a thousand interviews. Chilcote served as a roving international correspondent and presenter at Bloomberg Television between 2007 and 2016 covering Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. Chilcote also presented Ryan’s Russia, the award-winning year-long tele-series on life in the world’s largest countries and has produced a dozen documentaries. Prior to moving to London to join Bloomberg Television, Chilcote spent 12 years based in Moscow as a CNN International Correspondent, covering Russia, the former Soviet Union, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan as well as the crisis in Darfur and road to peace in South Sudan. Chilcote's broadcast work has earned him an Emmy nomination and numerous awards.