Today in America TV Releases March Air Dates for Baton Rouge, LA

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The Producers of Today in America TV are pleased to announce the award winning cable television program will be airing in the Baton Rouge, Louisiana area.

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Today in America TV brings its award winning educational program to Baton Rouge.

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Today in America TV is pleased to announce March air dates in the Baton Rouge, Louisiana area. This historical state capitol received its name when a French explorer saw a red colored cypress and decided to call it and its location le baton rouge or the red stick.

Baton Rouge enjoys a strong economy that has helped the city be ranked as one of the "Top 10 Places for Young Adults" in 2010. It’s culturally diverse population gives it the vigor of a larger city. Its largest industry is petrochemical production and it is home to many petro companies such as ExxonMobil, the 2nd largest oil refinery in the country. Residents and visitors to this historical state capitol can watch the award winning program on Fox WGMB-TV.

Today in America TV brings viewers educational stories about what's happening in a variety of fields around the country and around the world. Our host, Terry Bradshaw is one of the greatest quarterbacks in football history. Terry holds the distinction of being the first quarterback ever to win four Super Bowl Championships. Twice named as Super Bowl "MVP", Bradshaw holds Super Bowl all-time passing records to this day.

Following retirement from pro football in 1984, Terry became a regular on television. He became a Color Analyst for CBS Sports on their NFL broadcasts and later one of their in-studio co-hosts. He eventually joined The NFL Today. After ten years with CBS, Bradshaw joined Fox Sports in 1994. He became one of the co-hosts and analysts on Fox NFL Sunday.

Today in America with Terry Bradshaw is committed to informing the audience about topics that influence their lives. The program covers topics that will help the audience in many aspects of home and work life. The show can be seen on local, regional and national cable channels such as CNN Headline News, Fox Business Morning, and ESPN 2 and ION. For a Today in America sample, please visit


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