Insurance Department Taps CCC Students For Consumer Ed Videos

The state Insurance Department (CID) with offices in downtown Hartford adjacent to the 950 Main Street campus has  produced a consumer education video series with the help of Capital students.

Insurance Commissioner Thomas B. Leonardi today announced his department is providing consumers with more educational tools on insurance through a series of short videos that range from filing a complaint to health care reform.

 In collaboration with television production students at Capital , the CID produced a studio show titled, “3-on-3 with the CID.” The shows, hosted by local television broadcaster Darren Sweeney, feature Department experts who discuss three timely consumer topics in three minutes. The videos are airing on the CID’s YouTube channel.

 “This is another important resource we are able to use to reach consumers and help them understand insurance issues that matter to them and their bottom line,” Commissioner Leonardi said. “We are grateful for the good work of the Capital Community College students who helped create these videos.”

 This is the second collaborative outreach project between CID and the college. A public service announcement on disaster insurance coverage was produced in the fall semester and is also airing on the CID YouTube channel.

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