Friday, December 20, 2013

In View Larry King Producer Team Hopes to Present Upbeat Education Stories in 2014

The producers of the In View series hosted by Larry King hope to present several education-related stories to viewers across America in 2014. Producers for the show, which reaches TV audiences across the nation on cable channels such as the Discovery Channel, have spotlighted numerous schools and educational institutions in the United States and Canada. In View show producers like associate producer Courtney Lovejoy, senior associate producer Joel Walters, associate producer Brian Cahill, associate producer Diane Shandler and associate producer Derrick Milhous hope to showcase more high schools, specialty schools, elementary schools and higher education institutions in the coming year.

Producers for the In View series, including associate producer John Patrick, associate producer Karla Sullivan, associate producer Rachel Van Drake and associate producer David Kent, seek out positive and intriguing stories throughout American society. The In View Larry King producer team finds upbeat stories to feature on the show in all parts of the United States. In View hosted by Larry King (561-279-3550) highlights positive business stories, environmental stories and medical stories.

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Managing "Smart" Technology

When your business starts looking into smartphones and other mobile devices to help keep up with the pace, you may start to have some concerns about how to manage them. The good news is that there are a few programs available to help you do just that. Whether you worry about how your employees use their mobile devices, or you worry about them being lost or stolen, you can find the right application to help you have more peace of mind. The producers of the In View series hosted by Larry King (561-279-3550) will show business professionals across the country some of the programs that can help them manage smartphone usage. In View Larry King producer teams identify noteworthy stories relating to companies throughout the economy across the United States and Canada.

Usage can be a major concern with all of the games and other distractions available for smartphones and tablets, but with the right monitoring system you can see which applications your employees have downloaded and even uninstall the ones that you don’t want them to have. You can also monitor which apps are good for your business purposes and share them between all your employees at once instead of mandating that they find and install them when they find the time. In fact, with a good monitoring system you can have your employees design new applications and share them company-wide without having to put them on an app market first. The In View series (855-446-8439) will look at how companies keep employees on task and keep them from misusing their mobile computing devices.

Security can be another major concern when it comes to using mobile devices as some will have sensitive information saved on them and all of them will represent money spent by your company. With a monitoring system, you can lock certain information or even erase it if you need to. You can track your mobile devices if they are lost or stolen and help the authorities better recover your items. You can even do all of this from your own mobile device or from your computer.

A lot of times, the business world is all about staying with or ahead of the competition and the latest technological advances and innovations can help you do just that. With all of the different options for smartphones, tablets, and computers that are available to help boost your business, finding the right monitoring application can help you have fewer worries and increased productivity.

Sunday, September 8, 2013

The In View Series Features Medical Advances

Medical Breakthroughs

Medical advances offer hope to hundreds of thousands of people across America and around the world living with health challenges, disabilities and diseases. As scientists and researchers learn more about the human body and genetics and experiment with different treatments and methods, people hold out hope that one day, a care or treatment will emerge to improve their respective qualities of life or that of their loved ones and friends. An educational television series carried on regional cable networks and prominent cable channels like the Discovery Channel, In View hosted by Larry King, presents numerous stories about advances across the health care industry, including breakthroughs in medical technology, bio-medical research and medical equipment.

The producers of the
In View TV series look for examples, stories and anecdotes across the United States that demonstrate progress and advancement in the medical field. The In View series hosted by Larry King showcases leading companies, medical professionals and medical groups that have developed medical equipment and medical techniques that have improved care and treatment for patients. The In View series shines a light on breakthroughs and advances like improved surgical methods for joint replacement, improvements in prosthetic limbs and promising research related to cancer, neurodegenerative diseases and other health conditions.

Encouraging Medical Stories

The In View show (561-279-3550) will continue to spotlight encouraging medical stories from across the United States and around the world in the coming months. Improvements in our understanding of how the human body works promise to make life more manageable for medical patients across the country and worldwide.

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Mental Health Services Featured on the In View Series

With growing awareness promoting awareness about how often mental illness affects people in the United States and people feeling more comfortable seeking mental health treatment, the In View series hosted by Larry King has highlighted some of the organizations, facilities and companies to help individuals and their families overcome mental illnesses. The In View show has spotlighted leading companies and facilities across the nation, including Hanbleceya, a company which operates facilities in the San Diego area and the Seattle area. Some estimates say that as many as 1 in 4 American adults experiences symptoms of mental illness each year. A new study finds that psychiatric patients who received mental health treatment and medications after their release from hospital stays while up in jail or otherwise incarcerated far less often than those patients who did not receive treatment or medications.

The In View TV series has showed how mental health treatment can help patients lead healthy and productive lives. The In View series has looked at the positive difference that mental health services make in communities from coast-to-coast. By teaching patients to manage their symptoms and behaviors, these services have helped individuals dealing with all types of mental problems, including bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and more.

In View hosted by Larry King will continue to show viewers across the United States have mental health professionals and mental health services help patients overcome their mental problems and help families handle the challenge of caring for loved ones with mental illness.

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

The In View Series Explores Mental Health Services, Profiling Hanbleceya

In many cases, people dealing with mental issues and personality disorders do not receive the attention or care needed to help them recover and lead productive and healthy lives. Even in 2013, many people stigmatize mental problems and demean those dealing with them. Many people suffering from problems like depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), anxiety, bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other mental issues feel too ashamed to seek help, and may only agree to get help at the urging of family members and friends. Fortunately, places like the Hanbleceya centers exist to help men and women overcome their mental and psychological issues and resume their lives. The In View series recently spotlighted Hanbleceya in its continuing series about mental health.

Hanbleceya, named after a Lakota Indian word that means seeking a vision or knowledge, operates two sister facilities that provide patients in Southern California and the Pacific Northwest with professional mental health support and additional services that help those with psychological disorders turn their lives around. The two facilities, Hanbleceya Seattle and Hanbleceya San Diego, feature professional and experienced psychologists, psychiatrists, therapists and counselor who help clients overcome their issues, recover and lead healthy, fulfilling lives.

At both the
Seattle Hanbleceya site and the San Diego Hanbleceya site, clients receive first-class counseling services that incorporate therapy, group activities, life skills instruction and residential treatment. Clients temporarily reside in nearby housing facilities and homes, where they live under the supervision of professional staff. These settings, in which clients share space with other clients, help reinforce the therapy that the clients receive from the counseling staff, and also help clients improve their interpersonal interactions.