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Better Delivery, Same Great News Source: News Now
WASHINGTON (2/15/13)--This morning you see a new look for the News Now headlines e-mail. It has been re-designed to improve delivery of the top credit union news in an easier-to-read format.

The updated layout is just part of the changes that the Credit Union National Association has made recently to its free, daily online news service.

"CUNA has always been at the top with the depth and breadth of coverage of credit union news. Now our delivery system better organizes and prioritizes how we get that news to readers," said Paul Gentile, CUNA executive vice president of strategic engagement and communications, announcing the change.

"News Now readers let us know that they value what we deliver, but that they can be crunched for time. With the new headlines design, readers can better determine at a glance what stories most impact their work lives," added Lisa McCue, CUNA vice president of editorial communications and News Now editor.

CUNA also recently expanded the scope of its delivery, broadening its reach to 50,000 readers. News Now will continue to provide the latest on legislative, regulatory, policy and compliance developments, the top news of the credit union system, as well as key issues in the markets and innovations in products and services.


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