SYRACUSE, NY, March 22, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Otto Media is working with Northern Credit Union on a series of web videos that showcase the credit union's new line of NEXT products. NEXT from Northern is smart banking designed for young adults. Otto Media's series of web videos are meant to educate users about each of the NEXT products offered to members.
"For example, a user will go to the web page and want to know about a FHA loan. A video will pop up with the basic information and then you will be able to read more below," Mark Eischen of Otto Media explained.
The videos will cover a variety of products that range from loans to eChecking and eSavings accounts. The series will be posted on http://www.mynextbank.com along with information about each product, how to become a NEXT from Northern member, and other financial advice to help young adults take the next step in banking.
About Otto Media
Otto Media specializes in the creation of traditional and innovative media for local, national and international businesses. The agency leverages the latest technology to deliver high production value with scale to accommodate small to large business marketing and advertising budgets. Otto Media is headquartered in Syracuse, New York and serves clients throughout the United States. Visit http://www.ottomediaco.com to learn more.
About Northern Credit Union
Northern Credit Union is a not-for-profit, multi-employer, Credit Union that services over 185 businesses, organizations, medical facilities, school districts, and municipalities through out Northern New York. The Credit Union's mission is to create mutual value by providing personalized services and baking solutions. Northern Federal Credit Union aims to deliver the highest level of honesty, integrity, consistency, and ethics as possible. For more information visit http://www.mynorthern.com
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