This spring, the program is bringing the very best in America’s educational system to public television audiences. This new report will highlight how innovative teaching methods that are already showing results in charter schools around the country can help improve classroom performance for all students. Educators will be telling Profiles their stories about how new approaches to teaching are helping students become excited about learning, which translates to better results on standardized tests and report cards.
The new reports are set to air later this spring and this summer in television markets around the country. Check local listings to find out when the show airs in your hometown.
In View with Larry King is showcasing small business success in new reports.
(NEW YORK, NY) MAY 27, 2015— The In View series is pleased to announce a new initiative to highlight small business success in a series of reports that will air on the popular magazine program in the coming months.
Over the last few years as the economy has come back to life after being on the brink of meltdown in 2008, small businesses have searched for new ways to remain competitive in a new marketplace. Many entrepreneurs are finding new ways to find their own niche in the marketplace or finding new ways to compete via the internet. They are often modifying their goods and services to meet the evolving demands of their customers, proving that flexibility can be a key to success.
In View with Larry King airs on great cable networks like Discovery, Bravo, and Fox Business. Executive producer Walter Waiters, senior associate producer Joel Walters and associate producers Erica Doyle, Rachel Van Drake, Scott Kuntz, Mike Wohl, Ryan Chadderton, and Adam Burr work to identify positive stories in a wide range of fields. The show explores breakthroughs in healthcare, technology, science, education, business, and other subjects.
These new reports will begin airing later this year. To find out when In view with Larry King airs in individual markets, check local listings for airtimes.
(LOS ANGELES, CA) DECEMBER 15, 2014- The producers of Planet Sustainability, a TV show centering on the environment and sustainable business practices, are pleased to announce the creation of a new series on solar power. Planet Sustainability is a television program that airs on cable networks across America and delivers educational programming in a documentary-style that illuminates a variety of entrepreneurs, businesses, and institutions across North America.
The TV show’s new series on solar power profiles manufacturers and others involved in the new proliferation of highly efficient panels. Solar power is quickly becoming more and more mainstream as an alternative to electricity and the burning of fossil fuels in places with strong and consistent sunlight like the Southwestern United States. Planet Sustainability’s producers have chosen this theme in order to highlight the technological and financial advancements that have taken place in the solar power industries with the past 5 years.
“Green energy is here to stay and our team is committed to profiling the many exciting companies involved in the process towards a carbon-free energy policty” states producer Glenn Francis.
At Broome High School in Spartanburg County in SC, students are benefiting from technology in the classroom.
(SPARTANBURG, SC) SEPTEMBER 22, 2014— The In View series is pleased to announce the debut of a new report on how new technology is revolutionizing education both inside and outside the classroom.
The In View series with Larry King producer team is introducing viewers to the educators and students in Spartanburg (SC) School District 3. At Broome High School, technology is allowing students to work collaboratively both in the classroom and at home. This helps students learn in new ways and at their own pace while also teaching them the communication skills they will need to compete globally in the years ahead.
This “T3” initiative, meaning technology, transforming, and teaching, is helping teachers individualize their lessons for students. It is helping students and educators escape the “one size fits all” educational model that hindered both in the past. This new initiative dovetails with the concepts of collaboration, communication, creativity, and critical thinking that have become the watchwords of modern education.
In View works to bring the very best in education ideas from around the country. In upcoming reports, audiences will learn more about how teachers are preparing students for the 21st century. For more information on the show, visit inviewseries.com and check local listings for airtimes on cable networks like Fox Business and Discovery.
To learn more about how Spartanburg School District Three is playing an important part in a revolution in education, visit their website at spartanburg3.org.
Producers hope to spotlight successful weight-loss programs in reports in the summer and fall.
(BOCA RATON, FL) JANUARY 28, 2014 — The alarming rise of obesity and related health problems in the United States has focused much-needed attention on the prevalence of obesity, type-II diabetes, hypertension and other related health conditions, and spurred new efforts to slow this trend and help people lead healthier lives. Particularly in the South, obesity has become a prominent problem, shortening people’s lifespans and growing health care costs. Producers for the In View series announced that they hope to bring viewers reports about efforts to combat obesity and related health care problems later this year. Producers for the TV program, which runs on the internet and some cable TV outlets across the country, will look for stories about hospital programs, companies, medical groups and university programs that aim to halt and even reverse the growth of obesity, cancer, heart disease, diabetes and other associated health problems. Show producers, like associate producer Brian Cahill, associate producer Karla Sullivan and Walter Waiters executive producer will look to highlight stories that show progress in the fight against obesity.
The In View series with Larry King educates TV audiences across the nation about a wide variety of developments, trends and stories. For this particular series of the In View show (855-446-8439), producers of the program like associate producer Diane Shandler, associate producer Courtney Lovejoy and senior associate producer Joel Walters will speak with nutritionists, health professionals and patients about the obesity epidemic and efforts to fight it. In View hosted by Larry King will spotlight areas and groups where efforts to curb heart disease, diabetes and obesity have paid off and produced positive results.
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Innovation in this important field is giving people the supplies and help they need after a disaster.
(BOCA RATON, FL) JANUARY 10, 2014– The producers of the In View series with Larry King are pleased to announce an upcoming report exploring how disaster relief organizations are evolving and changing the way they respond when disasters strike.
In this new report that will air on cable television, the In View producers are looking at how these organizations are working to lower response times after disasters. When earthquakes, hurricanes, and other calamities happen, it is important to get lifesaving supplies into areas quickly. Often food, water, and medical supplies are in desperate need, and finding new ways to more efficiently deliver them is crucial.
As the population moves closer to the coasts, hurricanes impacting urban areas will be of increasing concern. In this new report audiences will see how the lessons of Superstorm Sandy in New York are helping to change the way relief organizations do their work, meaning that communities can begin the rebuilding process more quickly.
The In View TV show brings educational programming to audiences on a variety of topics. Technology, healthcare, science, and business topics are all part of the show that airs around the country on cable television networks. To learn more about the series or to find out about upcoming reports, visit the official website at inviewseries.com.
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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