Journal Makes Big Changes In Daily Briefing, Website

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The Credit Union Journal has unveiled several major changes to both its Daily Briefing and website at, all of which will provide significantly more value to subscribers.

Subscribers to The Credit Union Journal will find a new design in both the Daily Briefing and the website, with both unveiling a fresh, exciting look.

Those currently receiving The Journal's popular Daily Briefing via e-mail will continue to find it in their in-boxes every morning, but in a different form, and will continue to include that day's latest headlines.

Paid subscribers to The Credit Union Journal will need to take a moment to register and select a user-name and password, and will very quickly have at their fingertips all of that day's latest news.

Those currently receiving The Journal on a complimentary basis will be able to sign up for a FREE, limited-time trial subscription, or even to sign up for a full-year's subscription right there, quickly and easily.

That subscription will also provide to subscribers the vast new resources available at, including a searchable archive of all the reporting done by The Credit Union Journal both in our online and print issues all the way back to 2004.

This is literally thousands of stories featuring Best Practices, along with strategies other credit unions have used to successfully grow their operations.

As always The Credit Union Journal welcomes your feedback and suggestions to Frank Diekmann at fdiekmann (c) 2006 The Credit Union Journal and SourceMedia, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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