LUBBOCK, TX – CEV Multimedia, Ltd. recently released the Lean, Finely Textured Beef video clip, a segment within iCEV’s newly launched “Hot Topic” series, educating people on the facts of Lean, Finely Textured Beef and crushing myths associated with the “Pink Slime” controversy. The popular video clip can be viewed here.
The segment is one of many titles within iCEV’s newly launched “Hot Topic” series, allowing subscribers a convenient way of staying up-to-date with the latest industry news with quick, educational video clips.
“The Hot Topic series is designed to spotlight experts from the industry and academia to present facts about the latest headlines in their area,” said Megan O’Quinn, Agricultural Science Brand Manager at CEV.
The Lean, Finely Textured Beef segment features Dr. Janeal Yancey, University of Arkansas, and Dr. Dale Woerner, Colorado State University, who dive into the controversy, explain the process of Lean, Finely Textured Beef, and discuss the popular misconceptions of “Pink Slime”.
iCEV will regularly feature current “Hot Topics” in agricultural sciences. Future “Hot Topics” titles include:
Steroid Implants in Beef Cattle, featuring Dr. Daryl Tatum, Colorado State University, and Dr. Brad Johnson, Texas Tech University.
Antibiotic Use in Food Animals, featuring Dr. Frank Garry, Colorado State University.
The Food Industry, featuring Paul Heinrich, CEO of Encore Food Solutions
Muscle Growth Research, featuring Dr. Jessica Starkey, Texas Tech University.
Non-0157 H7 STEC, featuring Dr. John Sofos, Colorado State University
Food Safety, featuring Dr. Mindy Brashears, Texas Tech University, and Dr. Kendra Nightingale, Texas Tech University
iCEV website: http://icevonline.com
Lean Finely Textured Beef video clip: http://www.icevonline.com/april2012_week1.php
About CEV Multimedia:
CEV Multimedia, Ltd., founded in 1984, is on the forefront of innovative educational materials, specializing in providing quality curriculum and educational resources for the subject areas of Agricultural Science & Technology, Business & Marketing, Family & Consumer Sciences, Trade & Industry and Career Orientation.
With an extensive instructional library of more than 31,000 edited minutes of video, CEV is the nation’s leading producer of Career and Technical Education (CTE) materials, producing courses of study, both year-long and semester.
In 2012, CEV introduced iCEV, an online platform revolutionizing the way CEV produces and delivers content. Available for secondary, postsecondary, industry and international levels, iCEV’s curriculum-on-demand, subscription-based delivery model allows for “anytime, anyplace” access (i.e., smartphones, tablets, laptops, desktops, etc.) to CEV’s entire library; basically, any device with Internet access.
Organized into learning objectives (i.e., 27 seconds to 18 minutes), the site’s sophisticated search feature makes searching for and finding desired content easy. As segments are developed, recognized specialists, educators and publishers collaborate with CEV to create quality, accurate and appropriate content, featuring world-renown experts in both industry and academia.
Regardless of delivery model, CEV’s goal is the same— create engaging curriculum aimed at providing students with the focus and preparation needed for successful transition from K-12 to postsecondary studies to career success.