Today In America TV Remembers Joe Paterno With Upcoming Series

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Today in America TV honors memory of Penn State University’s “Joe Pa” in series dedicated to the fight on cancer.

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On the heels of the sad news that Joe Paterno, the famed former football coach at Penn State University, passed away after complications from lung cancer, Today in America TV with has unveiled that it will release a series of airings dedicated to fighting cancer.

“This is the loss of a living legend,” says Doug Scott, Executive Producer of Today in America with Terry Bradshaw. “There is no better way to educate consumers about how to prevent cancer than the medium of television. We are going to consult with the best experts in the world and feature their opinions and advice to help Americans make informed decisions in this wicked battle against a monster of a disease.” The series will begin taping in the next 30 days and its’ airing schedule will begin in Spring of 2012.

Today in America TV offers viewers a rare look at the latest movements and trends in a wide variety of industries ranging from automotive engineering and travel to software development and green energy. The show takes viewers behind the scenes and behind the boardroom for companies large and small.Whether you are a CEO or entrepreneur, small business owner or freelance, Today in America and Terry Bradshaw make a winning combination. For more information on the show visit the official site at!/todayamericatv

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