Insights with Host Hugh Downs Collaborates with the National Rural Education Association

Story collaboration with the NREA as Content Advisor on Educational Issues for Consumer and Expert Awareness

Boca Raton, FL, December 10, 2009 --( Insights is excited to announce the National Rural Education Association has agreed to be a Content Advisor for the educational series.

Executive Director Dr. John Hill stated, “Education is what the NREA is all about. It is important to have the best information possible. Collaborating with the Insights series and their producers will allow us to aid them with creating accurate, educational material that is informative. We want people all over the United States to receive the best information possible on educational issues.”

The Insights’ Executive Producer stated, “We are similarly excited to collaborate with the NREA on key educational issues for the program. Our producers feel confident on creating helpful content for the program when they have an expert advisor to lean on. We look forward to partnering with the NREA on educational topics and relying on their expertise to ensure accurate and educationally helpful content for this nationwide series.”

About Insights Hugh Downs:
Insights is a series owned by a private studio and production company that creates educational programming for Public Television. The series is distributed to Public TV through a national distributor and highlights the best and most compelling educational stories. Each segment is hosted by America’s most well-known anchor, Mr. Hugh Downs. For more information visit or call (772) 647-0030.

About The NREA:
The NREA (National Rural Education Association) was originally founded as the Department of Rural Education in 1907. It is the oldest established national organization of its kind in the United States. Through the years it has evolved as a strong and respected organization of rural school administrators, teachers, board members, regional service agency personnel, researchers, business and industry representatives, and others interested in maintaining the vitality of rural school systems across the country. For more information visit

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Mark Miller
(772) 647-0030