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九月 14

劉佩修 Vivien LIU, 商業週刊 Business Weekly

劉佩修 Vivien LIU

Taiwan

 

商業周刊副總編輯

Deputy Editor-In-Chief, Business Weekly

 

從美術圈跨足媒體圈,曾擔任美術雜誌編輯、報社兩性版主編;其後轉進財經媒體,在工商時報主跑金融領域。超過二十年媒體資歷,報導路線廣泛,包括:藝文、兩性、教育、金融、政府部門。2003年加入商業周刊後,參與跨領域封面故事製作,例如《一個台灣‧兩個世界》系列的《大象男孩與機器女孩》、《百大特色小學》、《阿共、銀彈、虱目魚》等,前二者均同步推出紀錄片。近年陸續獲得亞洲與台灣重要新聞獎項,包括:SOPA獎、吳舜文新聞獎、金鼎獎等。

Vivien went from artistic to media circles. She was an editor for art magazines, and chief editor of gender edition of newspapers. After that Vivien transferred herself into the financial and business media, focusing on financial organizations. Over 20 years work experiences in media, her stories cover arts, gender, education, financial business, and government affairs.

After joined Business Weekly in 2003, Vivien has been deeply involved in the production of cover stories, such as the serial products of One Taiwan, Two Worlds and had documentary issued at the same time. For the past few years, Vivien also won major news awards in Taiwan and Asia, including SOPA, The Vivien Wu New Prize and Golden Tripod Award.

 

Business Weekly商業週刊

創立於1987年,是台灣人,也是中國人的第一本財經周刊,現為台灣發行量最大的財經周刊,作品獲獎無數。2005年開始紀錄片創作,推出〈一個台灣‧兩個世界〉等系列紀錄片,贏得社會廣大迴響。新成立的編輯部影視中心,將積極規劃紀錄片等影視內容產製。

Founded in 1987, Business Weekly is at the forefront of business publications that help Taiwanese and Chinese businesspeople understand changes in world economics. BW is the leader among its peer competitors and has earned numerous awards over the years. Since 1995, by producing the documentary series One Taiwan, Two worlds, BW has actively uncovered different social issues in different formats and on multiple platforms. The video centre is a new member of the editorial department.