PSA Created by SVA Students Airing on ‘The Suze Orman Show’

April 26, 2013

A PSA on financial literacy created by BFA Film and Video student Jose Ramirez and BFA Design student Lindsay Soto has been picked to air on MSNBC’s The Suze Orman Show on Saturday, April 27. Entitled Addictive Credit Cards (watch here), the PSA sends a somber message that abusing credit can be as dangerous as abusing drugs. Ramirez, Soto, and collaborator Mario De Leon produced the video for the 2012 Financial Awareness Video Festival, which Orman served as a judge at. For the fourth year running, the festival invited college and university students in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Puerto Rico to create a 30-second video to teach young adults about managing their finances responsibly. For more information about the festival, click here; to find out what time The Suze Orman Show is airing in your area, click here.

Image: A still from Addictive Credit Cards.

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