Stations Helping Locally in Recession

Mar 16, 2009  •  Post A Comment

KCNC-TV in Denver held a town hall meeting called “Beating the Recession,” while Hearst-Argyle has created Project Economy with the goal of getting its stations to offer money-saving tips and employment help, Broadcasting & Cable reports. It’s part of a trend of local television stations helping viewers during the recession, the trade paper says, and includes Scripps’ TV stations offering local financial survival guides on their Web sites.
-Aimee Picchi


  1. If you have no trading experience, learn to trade with stock. The leverage that gives forex it’s attraction will work against you, too. You really have to understand different types of orders and trading terminology. When you start with forex, start trading mini-contracts. You will make mistakes while you learn because everybody does. So keep the losses small. Scale up when you are profitable.

  2. due to the more people using forex, i think that the federal banks wouldn’t be able to keep their currency values in range so therefore open forex will be abolished, and it will be back to the old days.

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