|On In View, audiences are seeing how new approaches are protecting our fragile world.|
Thursday, May 28, 2015
Our environment is under constant threat. From the perils of climate change to the pollution in water, soil, and air, it is important that everyone take action now to protect our planet for future generations.
On the In View series, 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 are introducing audiences to the people who are hard at work crafting new ways to protect our environment. On the show, audiences will see how fresh approaches to urban planning and the design of manufacturing facilities are helping to keep the environment cleaner.
In View with Larry King is also looking at how engineers are working to repair damage to the environment. Over decades, contaminants were spilled in to the ground and into rivers and streams. Now, new methods of rehabilitating these areas are proving highly successful, renewing them for future generations.
The environment is just one area that In View covers for our viewers. The program also takes a look at advances in medicine, business, technology, and healthcare. To find out when you can catch these new reports on the environment, check local listings on great cable networks like Fox Business, Bravo, and Discovery.
Monday, May 18, 2015
The In View series is committed to introducing audiences to small businesses that are thriving in a highly competitive and sometimes adverse business environment. As our economy continues its recovery from the near-crash in 2008, many businesses are looking for new ways to position themselves on a changing landscape.
Small businesses are staying profitable because the men and women behind these ventures are finding new ways to attract customers and keep them engaged. They are also taking advantage of the internet to expand their market and better compete against much larger companies.
To learn more about how small businesses are charting a course for success, check local listings to find out when In View with Larry king will air on great cable networks like Fox Business, Bravo, and Discovery.
Tuesday, April 28, 2015
|Technology is changing how children learn.|
Education is one of the pillars of our society. How we view our future is reflected in how we prepare young people to be leaders in that future. On the In View TV series Larry King, audiences are seeing how new technology and innovative approaches are being combined to help prepare today’s students to be tomorrow’s leaders.
In the classroom, educators are exploring new ways to excite students about learning. Technology can be used to help keep students engaged and it can also be used to help students learn to work collaboratively with others on course material. Computers have opened up a new world of information on all subjects that can be applied in the familiar classroom setting.
It is also crucial that students get the help them need when they struggle in the classroom. Teachers are now being trained to recognize learning disorders quicker so that new strategies can be devised to reach those students and help them learn in the most effective way.
Executive producer Walter Waiters, senior associate producers Joel Walters and John Patrick and associate producers Erica Doyle, Rachel Van Drake, Scott Kuntz, Mike Wohl, and Ryan Chadderdon are working on many new education reports for the In View series.
To see this new education reporting, check local listings on great cable networks like Bravo, Discovery, and Fox Business.