Coral Springs, FL (PRWEB) June 27, 2012
South Florida is still celebrating the Miami Heat’s 2nd NBA Championship win over the Oklahoma City Thunder in its usual ecstatic and loyal manner. Today in America TV is grateful that its hometown team has remained in the area, since its 1988-1989 inaugural season. Producer Evan Golden learned first-hand from two fans of the team formerly called the Seattle SuperSonics, now known as the Oklahoma City Thunder, how heartbreaking it is to watch the home team get ripped away from the city that loves it. The producers of the educational program are pleased to support the 2010 Webby Best Sports Film Award winner, Sonicsgate: Requiem for a Team.
Golden met the ardent Sonics fans who traveled all the way from Seattle to raise awareness about the once known Seattle SuperSonics at the NBA finals. Director Jason Reid and Colin Baxter, of the 2010 Webby award-winning film Sonicsgate: Requiem for a Team, simply wanted to let the world know that the then SuperSonics were torn away from the city, and not from lack of fan support, so they made the documentary. Their goal is to build enough attention and momentum to bring the team and its 40 year history back to Seattle. For more information about the film, or to view a promo for the film please visit sonicsgate.com.
Terry Bradshaw, former Pittsburgh Steelers Hall of Fame quarterback, is a legend in the Western Pennsylvania area. He was instrumental in leading the team to four Super Bowl victories and earned the “Most Valuable Player” title twice. His skill and talent on the grid iron is well-known and still respected today. Bradshaw retired in 1984 and his all-time passing records have not been broken to date. Known for his warmth and humor, he is a favorite on the motivational speaking circuit and is one of the famous spokespeople for Nutrisystem.
The informative program covers topics that the audience will find entertaining and educational. Today in America with Terry Bradshaw films around the globe and airs on national and regional business oriented cable networks. More information is available at todayinamericatv.com.