Why not cable TV for business conference calls?

Mid-October 2012 Citigroup had their conference telephone company television. He played on CNBC in the middle of the workday. I thought it was great, and it is good to see that the bank is too big to fail puts the questions in this way. In addition, I thought it was more transparency because you can actually see that. The question, and this may be the value of the television with internet video feeds Personally, I’d like to see more of it, and that brings me to my next concept and idea of what I share with you, and it may be a parking space for cable operators potentially future contingencies.

If you cable TV, as I do, you realize that the greatest possible number of music stations. It is a rock music station light, heavy rock, country, gospel, funk, techno, rap, 70s, 80s, 90s rock and roll as well as jazz and classical. What happens if during the season of cable television reporting business conference has called so many Fortune 500 companies who wanted to attend? And each company on the Dow Jones conference calls on TV?

Talk about transparency, consider the value of the company and the investing public? This could be a short time to bring investors to buy shares on the long term and not just day trading or avoid deviation of the stock market as a whole. Best of all go back to what the stock market was originally created for U.S. companies and benefits to the public to participate in the growth of these companies and their profitability. Would not it be great if everything was on TV? I think it would be.

Maybe companies like Time Warner Cable, Verizon and Comcast could just offer this service. It is not as if they do not have extra channels to transmit. In addition, the satellite TV providers Dish do the same thing, Network and DirecTV. Maybe companies could also be a good deal if their annual meeting in this way on television were. Consider, if you will, that the meetings of your local city council meeting, and district and possibly the Local planning and all on TV today. Why do not the big companies that employ the most people?

If this was available, perhaps the American people understand that these companies, how they think and how they work. It would be a good thing. It seems a shame that because of the political rhetoric and the class struggle, that we condemn companies that are in many ways a lot of pension funds and investment in people and ETF 401 (k), for example. Yes, I hope you will please consider all this and think on it.