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Today in America TV Welcomes Huntsville, Decatur and Florence, AL(September 01, 2012)
Coral Springs, FL (PRWEB) September 01, 2012
Today in America TV welcomes the cities of Huntsville, Decatur and Florence, Alabama to their family of media markets. Huntsville is nicknamed The Rocket City due to it becoming a growing area for NASA and its Space Flight Center and the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command. The surrounding communities of Decatur and Florence, both of which are located near rivers, are rich in Southern history and offer high-tech ventures and cultural diversity. The Tennessee River is a major factor for all of these cities as they are near it and it is a financial source for economy. The educational show will air in September on Fox WZDX-TV.
Terry Bradshaw is the host of the informative program. He was the starring quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers from 1970 to 1984, his year of retirement. In 1989, he was inducted into National Football League Hall of Fame, the first year he was eligible. He has worked in television for more than 20 years in many football related shows. His broadcasting experience makes him a natural in front of the camera. In addition to narrating the program which carries his name, Bradshaw is also a published author and co-host of an Emmy-winning football pregame show.
No other program offers the kind of quality, educational programming Today in America with Terry Bradshaw does. It digs into topics which are on the minds of many people, such as the affects of business on the environment, home improvement solutions and family recreation options, plus many more. The riveting program films across the country and in Canada, where it airs mostly in Ontario. It is broadcast on regional and national business oriented cable television networks in both countries. Watch sample videos, learn more about host Terry Bradshaw or the show, and check when it will be shown in your city at todayinamericatv.com.
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