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Many items in the home and in business have been automated and digitized over the years, which makes completing large and small tasks more efficient. Take something as simple as a coffee machine to something as complicated as medical equipment, make it digital and automate the tasks, and the project is completed faster and with fewer mistakes. In some business-oriented settings, automation has saved countless lives, as traditional methods would require people to work in dangerous and toxic situations. Humans were not made to handle the receptiveness of some jobs, which automated machines can do without the cost of labor. Does the digital copier with automatic stapler or digital microscope come to mind? The Today in America television program offers a new series on automated and digital solutions for home and business and shares new technology with the audience.
Today in America TV show host Terry Bradshaw is a former professional football player. He was the dominant quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers who was instrumental in leading the team to four Super Bowl victories and eight AFC championships titles. His strong passing arm and leadership skills on the grid iron resulted in being named “Most Valuable Player” twice and an induction in to the Hall of Fame. Bradshaw retired in 1984 and has worked in sports broadcasting for more than 20 years as well as a favorite motivational speaker. He is also one of famous spokespeople for Nutrisystem.
Today in America with Terry Bradshaw explores topics that are entertaining and educational. The engaging television program scours the nation to find the most compelling stories of business success and the best little cities and towns to live work and play. The show films in the United States and Canada and is edited in South Florida. It airs on regional and national business oriented cable networks. To learn more about the program, its host or to see sample videos, please visit todayinamericatv.com. The Today in America Terry Bradshaw show is also on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Pinterest.