Julie Bennett Iannuzzi
Julie is an award-winning journalist. She covers finance and business news. She has a passion for money, video storytelling, motorcycles, adventure, and more.
Julie joined TheStreet in 2018, leading the video, social and podcast team through a multi-year turnaround of TheStreet's 20-year old consumer business. As the lead of Maven Video, she has worn many hats. And, most recently, leading TheStreet’s video editorial team, along with Maven’s video operations. She is now VP of Partnership Content, The Arena Group. She's a Peabody Award-Winning journalist, with a strong business and product background leading video operations at WSJ Digital Network (WSJ, MarketWatch, Barron’s, Smart Money), USA Today, CBS New York, MTV Networks (VH1), and more. At the age of 16, she got her start as a reporter at WINK-TV in Fort Myers, Florida. She has led television and digital operations for more than 37 years and has a blend of experience spanning editorial, video, operations, product, and business. In 2004, before live streaming was a thing, she spearheaded the launch of WSJ Live on 30 digital platforms. She has been a strategic leader, developing content and heading video operations for companies expanding their digital network (WSJDN, VH1, USA Today Network, Maven). Awards included a Peabody award for her live coverage of Hurricane Andrew (1992), and she was part of the CBS team receiving an Edward R. Murrow Award for her leading the live coverage of September 11, 2001. She was the executive producer for WSJ’s first documentary ‘The End of Wall Street”, the nationally syndicated TV show: CBS MarketWatch Weekend, and cornerstone VH1 events, documentaries, short-form and live programming including episodes of Behind the Music, 7 Days of the ’70s, Live pre & post Awards shows, and more.
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