Fed’s Duke on the wonders of virtual collaboration


Elizabeth Duke, a governor at the Federal Reserve, on Tuesday talked about how the central bank was using the internet to reach a broader audience.

"We are increasingly exploring ways to use technology to effectively expand our reach. For example, the System is using live web-streaming to share key conferences through a YouTube channel as well as sharing information through webinars. In addition, the Atlanta Fed has introduced a series of podcasts with information on topics from foreclosure

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