Lisa Mallen, FYI
's svp of ad sales, says insurance companies, automakers and financial institutions have been among the most interested in staking out media buys on the channel.
The TDP held in January a seven-day volunteerism program in Negros Occidental where the 15 FYI
explored opportunities to aid the Negros LGU.
: The NAHB says it developed its green home building guidelines "in a consensus process by a group of more than 60 stakeholders representing key players in the green home building industry."
In Fodor's FYI
: Travel with Your Baby, Fodor's globe-trotting parents reveal how to find the best deals and vacations for children of all ages, as well as how to child-proof your hotel room.
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In this month's FYI
column, we're spotlighting some new research on how to harness computer power to help students learn.
Tim Schiewe, president of Infomaster, publisher of Banker's FYI
, said: "siteDirector 4.1 will allow us to publish our Infobases on the Internet quickly, so Banker's FYI
, our community of interest for bankers, is always up to date.
Readers will be relieved to learn that "no animals were harmed in the making of" Wry Martinis -- a delicious compilation of Christopher Buckley's writings in such magazines as The New Yorker, The New York Times, and Forbes FYI
The Washington-based academy has set a goal "to double the number of people, places and possibilities available to all youth by the year 2005." To meet this challenge, the organization created its FYI
Youth initiative and is partnering with communities.
Using a variety of technologies to satisfy customers' business information needs is the primary activity of the FYI
service of the County of Los Angeles Public Library.
Such computer inquiries include NCIC checks, conducting a 50-State driver's license search, running employment history and address checks through the D-Tech and FYI
On-line systems, and occasionally using EPIC, the DEA's database of drug dealers and traffickers.
Residing on the HAWAIIAN is the $1.2-million HAWAII FYI
electronic services gateway, which currently allows access into seven data bases and 60 information services with a special mini-video terminal or a personal computer and a modem.