The following outlets are exclusive to the credit union
movement, and many overlap coverage
of newsworthy items. Print publications are offered by subscription. Online services are open to all
Credit Union Journal
This weekly publication communicates detailed news of
interest to credit unions. Regular
categories include regulation, government, technology,
personnel, business development, community, and vendors.
Credit Union Journal also has a "marketplace" (advertising)
zone" (classified job listings).
Published by Thomson Media of New York, NY; Editor: Frank
Credit Union Journal Daily
The web-based companion to Credit Union Journal, CU Journal
Daily provides up-front news briefs
and daily features. News
is also archived, and links include a list of meetings
and events, a "buyer's guide",
related websites, and an online
request form for the "Daily Briefing" via e-mail.
Credit Union Magazine
CUNA publishes Credit Union Magazine, a monthly with more
feature-oriented, magazine-style writing to highlight developments
regulations, member service, community, technology, and
many other concerns. CUNA President
and CEO Daniel J. Mica offers his "President's
Perspective", and features often highlight
multiple examples of credit union
best practices. Publisher: Jill
Online edition: www.creditunionmagazine.com.
Credit Union Times
Credit Union Times is the only independent weekly publication
covering the credit union industry. It is not associated
with any trade association or other publications. Each
issue features the latest breaking news, people features
and a special report on various important areas such as
technology, mortgages, CUSOs, lending, human resources,
and others. It is also a vehicle for the industry to present
their views. Each issue contains an opinion piece from
an industry expert, a column from Editor-in-Chief Sara Snell Cooke (email@example.com) and letters to the editor from readers. The publicationís
Web site, www.cutimes.com, is updated regularly throughout
the day with the latest industry news.
CUNA's News Now
This daily online service sorts news into six primary
divisions: Washington; CU/System;
Market; Products & Services;
Consumer; and International. Users
can view with or without photos and graphics, and most
news items include pertinent links. An extensive archive
and search engine are also available to visitors.