"In America," with Host James Earl Jones, Set to Produce New Segment on Resources for Disabled Veterans

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New segment sheds light on organizations aiding those who have served our country.

Resources available for America's disabled veterans is the subject of a new segment being produced to air on public television stations as part of the In America program, hosted by James Earl Jones. It seeks to educate viewers on the various organizations and nonprofit entities that are providing aid for returned servicemen and women. The subject is one of many fields being explored as part of this distinctive series airing in coming months on stations across the country. Jones, who has been a versatile screen and stage performer for more than 60 years, lends his talent to the series, which is independently produced and distributed, and not affiliated in any manner with APT or PBS.

In America delves into topic areas that have an impact on modern life and society, including health issues, environmental concerns, business innovation, technology, architecture, green living and the environment, travel and culture, agriculture and education, and outdoor life and culinary pursuits.

Each segment is brief, but each also contains important information gleaned through extensive research and consultation with experts and thought leaders in each field. Dynamic videos support the information presented, and the format is factual and thought-provoking.

With a highly professional production team, In America seeks to present important stories to the public in a creative and innovative manner designed to inform, educate and excite.

Viewers can find information on the series as well as local programming schedules by visiting the website for http://www.inamericatv.com.

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