Live from Singapore, TicToc by Bloomberg to Host Trump-Kim Summit Live Show from Twitter’s Blue Room on Tuesday, June 12 at 10:30 am SGT / Monday, June 11 at 10:30 pm EDT

First news partner to cover breaking news live from Twitter’s Blue Room

TicToc by Bloomberg (@tictoc), the first and only global news network built for Twitter, will present live coverage of the Trump-Kim Singapore Summit, taking place on Tuesday, June 12. President Trump and North Korea Leader Kim Jong Un are scheduled to meet at 9 am local time on June 12 (9 pm EDT on June 11).

Providing extensive coverage leading into the summit and post-summit analysis, TicToc by Bloomberg will have updates on major developments and themes, pulling in contextual analysis of Tweets and conversations taking place on Twitter.

As the first news partner to cover breaking news live from Twitter’s Blue Room, an in-house studio space designed to host live content activations, TicToc will host a live show at 10:30 am SGT on Tuesday (10:30 pm EDT on Monday) from Twitter’s Blue Room in Singapore featuring Bloomberg’s Korea reporter Jihye Lee (@TheJihyeLee), Politics reporter Kevin Cirilli (@kevcirilli) and Bloomberg TV anchor Yvonne Man (@YvonneManTV).

Viewers around the world can tune-in for the live show via @TicToc on Twitter, which will begin just moments after the historic initial meeting of the North Korean leader and President Trump. Hear from Jihye Lee and Yvonne Man as they provide real-time distillation of the reactions and commentary on Twitter, and a round-up of key facts verified and curated by Bloomberg. The hosts will also take questions via #TalkTrumpKim.

Follow @TicToc on Twitter for all of the ongoing news surrounding the summit, including unique stories uncovered such as the history of South Korean vs North Korean economy, infrastructure, population; the economic impact on Singapore from the summit; a journey to the North Korean border; Kim’s motivation for the summit; U.S.-North Korea relations through the years, and much more.

TicToc by Bloomberg delivers an entirely new way to view and engage with a live news event, breaking down the news for the social audience who are simultaneously following the conversations on Twitter. Viewers can watch TicToc by Bloomberg via or by following @tictoc on their Twitter mobile app to watch the most important news clips of the day and participate in the conversation by Tweeting with #tictocnews.

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