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SALT LAKE CITY,
Feb. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Zions Direct TV recently added its 200
th video to its growing library, which can be found on its channels on YouTube (
www.youtube.com/ZionsDirectTV), Roku, and Google TV, as well as its app for the iPhone and iPad. The channel launched in 2011 and is intended to serve as a free resource for financial education.
With over four million views on YouTube alone, Zions Direct TV is pleased with the initial response of viewers to its collection of videos that provide information and tips about personal finance, investing, small business, and community impact in an easily digestible format.
"We had a strong first year," said
Josh Feinauer, Creative Director for Zions Direct TV, "and we're looking forward to exploring new video styles and making them available across more platforms and on additional devices in the near future."
About Zions Direct
Zions Direct is a broker-dealer that specializes in offering securities for self-directed and fixed income-focused investors. Zions Direct allows retail investors to buy FDIC-insured certificates of deposit and corporate and municipal bonds through their web-based auction platform. In addition, clients can invest in stocks, mutual funds, and exchange-traded funds online or through a financial representative. Additional information can be found at
Zions Direct TV is a free financial education-focused online video-on-demand service available on Roku, Google TV, iPad, iPhone, and online. It primarily features videos about personal finance, retirement planning, and other investment- related topics such as the public financing of schools, non-profits, and government entities.
Investment products and services offered through Zions Direct, member of FINRA/SIPC. All fixed income offerings, including municipal bonds, are subject to various risks, including changes in interest rates, prior sale and market conditions, credit quality, market valuations, liquidity, default, prepayments, tax ramifications and other factors. Bond Insurance does not protect against fluctuations in market value.Investment Products: Not FDIC Insured - No Bank Guarantee - May Lose Value Zions Direct is a wholly owned non-bank subsidiary of Zions Bank.
SOURCE Zions Direct