In View Series Hosted By Larry King and Lincoln College of Technology

Lincoln County Public Education Foundation from In View with Larry King on Vimeo.

The In View TV series Larry King has just debut several new reports online, including a look at the Lincoln College of Technology, an organization committed to helping veterans prepare for new careers in the civilian workforce.

Skilled workers are in high demand in a wide range of fields, and Lincoln Tech is helping to meet that demand while also preparing the men and women who serve our country through the military for new careers.

From automotive maintenance work, to nursing, and to the culinary arts and in about 40 other fields, Lincoln Tech is helping pave the way for a bright future for these deserving Americans.

Executive producer Walter Waiters, senior associate producers Joel Walters and John Patrick and associate producers Erica Doyle, Rachel Van Drake, Scott Kuntz, and Ryan Chatterdon are working on many more new reports from In View hosted by Larry King, a program featuring the legendary Larry King. Over the course of his career, Mr. King has interviewed countess newsmakers and celebrities like Paul McCartney, Brad Pitt, and Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting.

Larry King airs on great cable television networks like Bravo, Fox Business, and discovery. Check local listings for airtimes.

New Education Reporting from In View Set to Air

New Education Reporting from In View Set to Air

America’s educational system is rapidly changing.

In the coming years, the impact we make on children today through the educational system will present itself in those students’ ability to lead tomorrow. Coming this weekend on the In View series hosted by Larry King, audiences will see how innovations in education are better preparing today’s students for tomorrow’s competitive world.

Executive producer Walter Waiters, senior associate producers Joel Walters and John Patrick and associate producers Erica Doyle, Rachel Van Drake, Scott Kuntz, and Ryan Chatterdon are putting the finishing touches on new education reports for In View that will air on Fox Business on Saturday, March 28, 2015 at 5 p.m.

In View with Larry King on Advances in Cosmetic Medicine

In View with Larry King on Advances in Cosmetic Medicine

Cosmetic surgery is helping more women and men to a great look.

Very often the medical community astounds us with new innovations. New research is giving patients healthier lives through better medications, treatments, and surgical techniques. The field of cosmetic medicine is advancing as well. In View with Larry King is looking at how new techniques are giving people a new self confidence.

Cosmetic surgery has advanced by leaps and bounds over the last several years. New techniques for a variety of procedures are helping patients to restore youth and beauty. New body sculpting procedures are giving patients the option to redefine their appearance. These procedures can be used to fight back against stubborn genetics that cause the body to change in ways that the patient might like to change.

Cosmetic dentistry is changing as well, and more people have access to these procedures than ever before.

For many people, the idea of updating and improving a smile might have seemed unattainable, but now procedures are offered around the country. Dental implants can offer the aesthetic benefit of replacing teeth that have been lost, but they can also enhance the patient’s quality of life. Foods that have been missed for years can be enjoyed again, and a patient also can enjoy smiling again without the stigma of lost or damaged teeth.

The In View series is committed to bringing audiences stories about how advances in a number of fields are making headlines. To find out when the program airs in your community, check local listings.

Fertility Treatments Highlight Recent Edition of In View

Studies show about one in six couples have trouble starting a family of their own through conception. For these couples, the desire to have a child can become a frustrating journey. In View with Larry King is looking at how many couples are finding new ways to pursue their dreams of a family.

Reproductive Medicine Associates of Pennsylvania (RMAPA) helps couples from around the country who are interested in the most cutting edge therapies to assist in creating successful pregnancies. The process begins with comprehensive testing to isolate the causes of infertility, and then treatments can begin.

Ovulation induction, in vitro fertilization, and artificial insemination can all be used to help couples in their efforts to conceive, and each has been proven as an effective way to increase the odds of a pregnancy.

The In View Larry King producer team is working to bring more healthcare stories to audiences watching on cable television. RMAPA is just one fertility clinic that is working to help people realize their dreams of a family, and other clinics around the country are helping to improve the quality of life for patients facing a variety of healthcare challenges. To see these reports, check local listings for showtimes.

Education Comes In View with Larry King

The In View series with Larry King producer team is back on the air with a new report that will shed light on some of the advances in education that are being made every day in the United States.

In this upcoming edition of the program on Fox Business, the program will be taking a look at how two school districts, one in South Carolina and one in Arkansas, are working to prepare today’s students with innovative approaches to education.

The program is also taking a look at how higher education institutions like Greensboro College in North Carolina is providing students with a well-rounded liberal arts education that is preparing them for many options when they leave school and enter the workforce.

On the program, audiences are consistently finding stories about how the educational system is evolving to meet the needs of students preparing for live in the 21st century. The In View series cost analysis of these programs is showing the long-term benefits of these new initiatives, and in upcoming reports audiences will find out more about how teachers are preparing children for a bright future.

In View Series Cost Analysis for Retiring Americans

In View Series Cost Analysis for Retiring Americans

Growing wealth is the objective for many retiring Americans.

In View hosted by Larry King continues to take a close look at the issues that are impacting Americans every day. Baby Boomers comprise the largest single group of retiring Americans in history, and they are creating new challenges for investment advisors.

A new In View series cost analysis is taking a look at the added expenses incurred by this active group of retirees, and how this is forcing investment advisers to change their thinking to help these retirees continue to grow their wealth.

To find out when these new reports will air in your area on cable television, check local listings.

In View Series Cost Analysis for New Business

In View Series Cost Analysis for New Business

In View is looking at financial challenges for new businesses.

Every day around the country, entrepreneurs take the plunge and decide to start their own businesses. The internet has given more people a war to develop markets for their products and services, even allowing them to complete against much larger businesses. An In View Series cost analysis is taking a look at some of the expenses new business owners are facing as they prepare to enter the marketplace.

There are a number of things for new business owners to consider, and in this new report the In View with Larry King producer will take a look at what is in store for entrepreneurs as they sell their goods and services. The show will also be taking a look at how small business owners can cut costs, enabling them to use saved profits to reinvest and grow their businesses quicker.

On cable networks like Fox Business and the Discovery Channel, audiences are seeing how innovators in a variety of fields are starting new businesses, creating new products and technologies, and making groundbreaking discoveries that are changing the way we live and work. These new advances are giving us a new outlook on the future and a preview of what is ahead in field like medicine, science, manufacturing, business, and education.

For more information on when the show will air in your area, check local listings.

In View Series Bringing In-Depth Reporting to Television

In View Series Bringing In-Depth Reporting to Television

New technology and connectivity is changing the way we work and how we connect with others.

The In View with Larry King producer team is covering the important issues that Americans are talking about. Advances in a variety of fields are changing our society, and this program is showing viewers what these advances mean in our everyday lives.

The program is looking at the important technological innovations that are making their way into our lives. New smartphone technology, wireless internet, social media, and many other aspects of our tech world that we take for granted have really only been around for a little more than a decade. Prior to that, most people only accessed the web through hard-wired connections that were much slower, limiting our ability to use this technology when we need it.

In the medical field, more of our brightest minds are working to combat disease and help people suffering from a variety of conditions. New medications, therapies, and surgical techniques are all giving patients new hope. Each day, laboratories around the country are coming closer to better treatments for medical mysteries we have not quite unraveled like cancer, Parkinson’s, and Alzheimer’s.

The TV program is also looking at innovations that are helping us save money. New energy technology is showing promise in reducing our dependency on fossil fuels, which could one day lower energy costs for Americans from coast to coast. Wind, solar, hydroelectric, and even geothermal energy could one day save families hundreds of dollars or more each year.

The In View series cost has never been a consideration when the team is looking for the very best in a variety of fields. The program will be bringing more stories to cable television, check local listings to find out when you can catch the program.

In View Series Host Larry King Presided Over Numerous Memorable TV Moments

Memorable Television Moments with Larry King

In View Series Host Larry King Presided Over Numerous Memorable TV Moments

Heather Mills removes her artificial leg on the air.

Larry King, who now serves as host of the In View series, is well-known for his interviews with celebrities, but he provided his audience with many other shiny nuggets of entertainment over the years. Here are three examples of his broad-ranging interviews.

Al Gore and Ross Perot NAFTA Debate

Political junkies will vividly remember the 1993 high stakes NAFTA (North America Free Trade Agreement) debate between Vice President Al Gore and Texas billionaire Ross Perot that King hosted on CNN. For 90 minutes, Gore and Perot sparred and engaged in many testy exchanges seated right next to each other on a cramped TV set.

Heather Mills Takes It Off

Heather Mills, amputee and former wife of Beatle Paul McCarthy, made two different appearances on King’s show where she removed her prosthetic leg. The first time was in 2003, and the second was in 2010 to emphasize the importance of raising money for artificial limbs in the aftermath of the earthquake in Haiti.

Jack Hanna Scares Larry’s Kids

Exotic animal expert Jack Hanna was a regular on Larry’s show. He would bring all sorts of unusual and sometimes scary creatures onto the set. One segment featured King’s children Chance and Cannon. Hanna had a poisonous toad with him that day that jumped onto Chance who subsequently screamed, “GET HIM OFF ME!”

Host A Familiar Figure to TV Audiences

These three examples highlight the diversity of entertainment Larry King provided five days a week on CNN. King’s showmanship and adaptability made him an appealing choice when the producers of the In View Larry King television program went looking for a big-name host. Walter Waiters executive producer heads the show’s production team.