The TV program has looked at how credit unions and community banks serve the financial needs of consumers and businesses in rural and suburban areas.
BOCA RATON, FL (JANUARY 9, 2014) — Continuing a series that the show featured last year, producers for the enlightening cable television program In View hosted by Larry King announced that they intend to seek out additional stories about noteworthy credit unions and community banks across the United States, with tentative airings in the spring and summer months. The In View show reaches TV audiences across the country, informing viewers about a broad assortment of subjects. The TV program has showcased a number of financial institutions across the country, showing viewers how these banks provide valuable financial services to communities underserved by large commercial banks. Producers for the show like associate producer Derrick Milhous, associate producer Courtney Lovejoy, associate producer Karla Sullivan, associate producer David Kent and associate producer Rachel Van Drake will try to find additional examples of community banks and credit unions to spotlight on the program.
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