Coral Springs, FL (PRWEB) January 16, 2013
The engrossing Business Day TV is pleased to announce January air dates for the city of Shreveport, Louisiana and vicinity. The city, located in the northwest corner of the state, is often considered the border between the West and the South, in the United States. It is also well-known as for its riverboat cruises and is home to two respectable medical centers: Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center Shreveport and Shriners Hospital for Children. Shreveport is a major commercial and cultural center of the tri-state region of Louisiana, Texas and Arkansas. Many entertainment industry films have been shot there including the 2006 hit The Guardian starring Kevin Costner and Ashton Kutcher. The informative TV show will air on FOX KMSS-TV beginning January 20.
Business Day with Terry Bradshaw is an intriguing show aimed toward business professionals and anyone who wants to learn something new in various industries. It is hosted by former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw who is a Pro Ball Hall of Fame inductee. His skill, talent and leadership helped propel the famous team to four Super Bowl championship victories and other national football league wins. He retired in the mid 1980’s and has worked as a football commentator and analyst. Currently, he is a co-host on an Emmy-winning pregame show for a national television network. In addition, Bradshaw is an author, singer and favorite on late night talk shows and for inspirational speaking gigs.
Producers for the compelling show scour the country and the world to find the most engaging stories of entrepreneurship, success and ingenuity to the viewer. The Business Day Terry Bradshaw show features fascinating segments in the travel industry, technology and more. It films on location and is broadcast on a variety of regional and national cable television networks. For more information about the program or its host, please visit businessdaytv.com. Social media enthusiasts can Like the page on Facebook, follow trends on Twitter and catch sample videos on YouTube.