Archive Links

Consumer Archive
CU System Archive
Market Archive
Products Archive
Washington Archive

News Now

CU System
Corporate's FInection Video Channel Attracting Viewers
MIDDLETOWN, Pa. (5/14/13)--The FINection video channel launched earlier this year by Mid-Atlantic Corporate FCU has generated more than 50 videos and 4,800 views during its first 10 weeks, announced the Middletown, Pa.-based corporate.

The channel, created and produced by the corporate, was launched during the Credit Union National Association's Governmental Affairs Conference in February. 

FInection  offers a range of content from economic overviews to updates on the corporate's financials. It also includes tips to increase computer speeds, news of an upcoming security conference and the fact that animal cracker boxes originally were marketed as Christmas tree ornaments, which is why the boxes have a string attached, said the corporate.

"Sometimes we share important but basic information," said Mid-Atlantic Corporate President/CEO Jay Murray." Other times, FInection is educational or helps us add interest and humor to our communications. We enjoy making the process interactive and entertaining."

Its name is a combination of the words "financial" and "connection." It can be viewed from any location with Internet access, including mobile phones and tablets. While the content is developed for Mid-Atlantic Corporate's members, other credit unions and business partners can share the news and information. Some videos address industry-wide issues and offer general fun facts.

To view FInection videos, use the link.
Other Resources

FInection Videos
RSS print
News Now LiveWire
#NewsNow: Balance needed between 'safety and soundess' and credit availability @CUNA tells @FHFA http://t.co/jAI6sJ3Poo
29 minutes ago
#NewsNow No stretch for CU to loan to fledgling yoga studio http://t.co/4ryQisBtW1
1 hours ago
.@CUNA's Pierce: Every dollar a CU spends on complying with a regulation is a dollar that is not spent to the benefit of its membership.
1 hours ago
(2of2)...that incentive structure for CUs and banks is quite different, and regulatory structure should reflect those differences."
1 hours ago
Pierce: When considering reg burden as it relates to consumer financial protection, it is critical that policymakers understand...(1of2)
1 hours ago