Forward Progress TV Presents a Living Sustainably Segment

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The inspiring cable television program (http://forwardprogresstv.com/) shares information with the viewer on living sustainably in the 21st century.

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If we live more sustainably today, we will have more to enjoy in the future.

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Forward Progress TV will broadcast a segment on the benefits of living sustainably. The topic covers the growing trend of community gardens where residents work together to grow their own food. It also looks into sustainable means of transportation in the future, building more Eco-friendly homes, and even sneaks a peek into the world of producing sustainable clothing. As the world’s population continues to grow every day, it becomes essential to find sustainable ways of living. The segment is scheduled to air this fall on most regional and national cable television networks.

The Forward Progress TV show covers a range of topics from the environment and technology to home and lifestyle. It features fascinating guests who share valuable information about their business, profession, city, and industry as introduced by its celebrity host. It highlights the best schools, great smaller towns and hamlets, and hopes to inspire viewers to take action on the issues affecting them. The producers travel throughout the United States and Canada to find and bring back compelling segments about the people, places and successful businesses which are making a difference.

Forward Progress TV reaches more than 68 million households, focusing on the issues most relevant to a diverse audience of educated, affluent viewers. The show offers informative stories from a variety of industries and career fields. It offers a social media platform to encourage daily commentary, behind-the-scenes photos and viewer weigh-ins on content, allowing for a truly interactive experience. The show is broadcast throughout North America. Learn more about the program and its host on Facebook, Twitter and other popular social media sites.

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