At a time when consumers are more inundated with distractions and marketing than ever before, it’s a challenge for travel companies to connect with potential customers. It’s an especially large challenge for travel agents in particular, since most agencies have moved away from the traditional brick-and-mortar storefront into a home-based or remote model facilitated by technology. Since travel agents are more likely than ever to be working from the living room sofa or local Starbucks, how exactly can consumers find them? So when the American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA) announced last month that it was releasing “a news and current affairs-style program” produced by UK company ITN Productions, it made a certain amount of sense. Get the full story at Skift