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Rebecca Mclaughlin-Eastham

Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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About Rebecca
As a broadcast journalist with more than twenty years’ experience at leading U.S, Middle East and European TV networks, Rebecca McLaughlin-Eastham is a sought-after journalist, presenter, event host and media trainer.

Until 2021, Rebecca anchored Inspire Middle East, Euronews NBC’s weekly flagship TV show which takes global viewers on a voyage of discovery through the Middle East and North Africa’s commercial, creative and cultural landscapes. She also fronted Business Line for Euronews and covered the region as a live news correspondent. Rebecca currently presents programmes for the channel, on a freelance basis in the GCC. 

She is the former Middle East Business, Energy & OPEC Correspondent for Bloomberg Television in the UAE, prior to which she was the stock market correspondent and Bureau Chief for CNBC Television in Paris.
During her thirteen years in the GCC, Rebecca also anchored the flagship current affairs and business programme for state broadcaster Dubai One TV, plus co-hosted radio shows on DubaiEye 103.8FM and Abu Dhabi’s Classic FM. 

Rebecca has sat down with hundreds of CEOs, ministers, heads of state and celebrities over the years. 
Some notable interviewees include: The Prime Ministers of France, Britain, Egypt, Canada & the Maldives, His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, His Highness Turki bin Faisal Al Saud, Bernard Arnault, Sylvester Stallone, Gwyneth Paltrow, Dan Brown, Sir Ranulph Fiennes, Nobu, Nancy Ajram, Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, Domenico Dolce, Stefano Gabbana and Vivienne Westwood.

She has written extensively for leading publications, from Vogue Magazine and The National newspaper to the South China Morning Post and the Wall Street Journal. Rebecca is also an accomplished ghost writer, having co-authored a published novel for a UAE royal family member. Moreover, she has penned speeches for UAE ministers to deliver in prominent arenas.
Video Package (Web / Broadcast) Audio package (Radio / Podcast) Interview (Video / Broadcast)
Business Finance Politics

Business News Compilation: Live Coverage on Bloomberg TV / CNBC oil, stock markets, arts & culture.

Celebrity coverage from Egypt: El Gouna Film Festival.

Anchoring from Lebanon: Inspire Middle East Show

Business Anchoring: HRH Interview, Energy & GCC News Focus.

InClassica - the world's biggest musical observatory returns to Dubai

24 May 2022  |  www.euronews.com
InClassica, the world's biggest musical observatory, returns to Dubai.

Business Line: The economic impact and legacy of World Expo 2020 in Dubai

10 Oct 2019  |  euronews.com
This special edition of Business Line focuses on the upcoming World Expo 2020 in the UAE, which is expected to attract millions of visitors and significantly boost the UAE's economy. The article discusses the construction of the central dome, a unique architectural feat, and the local economic impact, with HSBC's budget estimation and Ernst and Young's GDP growth prediction. It also covers the business benefits for participating countries, with insights from New Zealand’s Commissioner-General, Clayton Kimpton. The legacy of Expo 2020 is highlighted, with plans for District 2020, a futuristic city within a city, and the involvement of major companies like Siemens and Accenture. The Expo Live program is also mentioned, supporting sustainable projects aligned with Expo's themes. Overall, Dubai aims to create a lasting legacy and a blueprint for sustainable development through Expo 2020.

Inspire Middle East: ancient relics and music in Saudi Arabia

22 Feb 2019  |  fr.euronews.com
The episode of Inspire Middle East explores Saudi Arabia's historical site Al-Ula and the cultural shift allowing music concerts after nearly 40 years, highlighting the Winter at Tantora festival featuring international artists like Yanni. It also covers Tunisia's transformation of a cave into an art gallery in Dahmani. The article emphasizes Saudi Arabia's Vision 2030 plan to diversify from oil reliance through tourism and public services, with Al-Ula's development expected to create 300,000 jobs. UNESCO-listed Madain Saleh is also featured, revealing the region's ancient civilizations. The piece includes an interview with Yanni, discussing his music and performances in historical venues.

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