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Michigan league unveils CUBE TV
PLYMOUTH, Mich. (12/17/08)--The Michigan Credit Union League (MCUL), with CU Village, has launched CUBE TV--an online video hub to provide credit unions with news, information and training. CUBE TV, or the Credit Union Broadcast Experience, covers national and state credit union issues and education for credit union staff, the league said (Michigan Monitor Dec. 15). Visitors can watch CU National Update, a weekly Webcast with national credit union news; the Michigan Priority Report, a state Webcast with information about credit unions and programs; video podcasts, special reports and training videos. Each sub-section of videos will be placed on its own channel. Credit unions can embed the videos on their own websites so members can view programs. “We want CUBE TV to be the place credit unions turn for the latest developments in the industry that affect them, analysis of credit union issues and valuable education that can benefit credit union staff from CEOs to tellers,” said MCUL President/CEO David Adams. “The MCUL is committed to delivering quality content that covers both national and Michigan-specific credit union topics,” he added. “I think credit unions will be impressed with the look of the video player and how easy it is to use. “It's our hope that credit unions will begin to utilize it regularly for credit union-related news,” Adams said. “We may also see credit unions wanting to stream the video content through their own websites for members in some cases, as well as internally for informing staff and volunteers.”
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