It is a pleasure to bring the show to the American Midwest, and especially to Iowa.
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Coral Springs, FL (PRWEB) January 15, 2013
The outstanding informative Net Worth TV with Terry Bradshaw is pleased to announce January air dates for the Des Moines and Ames, Iowa viewing area. It brings its compelling programming to the Midwest during the month of January and provides first-rate content on topics in the business, finance and technical industries. It will air on Fox KDSM-TV beginning January 17.
Des Moines is the capital city of Iowa and its financial, cultural and economic center. It is centrally located within the state and offers the best in Midwest living. The city boasts a climate-controlled skywalk which links together parking, hotel, restaurants and businesses. People visiting the area need not worry about the famous weather there, as the skywalk is climate-controlled.
Ames is right in the middle of the state, and in 2010 was ranked number 9 on CNNMoney.com as one of the Best Places to Live. They are rightfully proud that the first commercially sold environmentally friendly gas – made of corn ethanol – came from Ames as early as 1932, as we are still fighting to get this kind of gasoline in cars today.
The Net Worth TV show with Terry Bradshaw films throughout the Untied States and Canada. It is broadcast on many national and regional cable television networks. The program is hosted by former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw, a Pro Ball Hall of Fame inductee. His skill and talent on the gridiron earned Bradshaw the “Most Valuable Player” title twice in his 14 year football career. He retired in 1984 and has worked steadily as a commentator, analyst and now as a co-host of an Emmy-winning pregame show.
The producers of Net Worth TV scour the country and the globe to share entertaining and educational stories with the viewer. They explore a variety of subjects which reflect the interests of professionals and others who are interested. Learn more about it at networthtelevision.com. Social media fans are welcome to join and Like the show on Facebook, tweet it on Twitter and watch sample videos on YouTube.