Forward Progress TV Presents a Segment on Improving Homes Versus Moving

Share Article

The celebrity-hosted television program offers a segment from their Home Series on how to Improve – Not Move.

forward-progress-tv

Forward Progress TV Show

It is sometimes better to improve a home than sell it and move in to another one.

Past News Releases

RSS

The producers of Forward Progress TV are pleased to present a segment which covers cost-effective ways to improve a home. It will feature guests from the real estate industry, as well as specialists in home improvement, who offer useful guidance about making design changes in an effort to add value to a home rather than sell it. As home prices begin to rise from the Great Recession, some homeowners find it is better to improve and not move. The segment is a part of the show’s Home Series. It will air this fall on 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. The program highlights the best schools, great small 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 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 films on location and is broadcast throughout North America. Learn more about the program and its host on Facebook, Twitter and other popular social media sites.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

RBryan
Follow us on
Visit website