Today in America TV Airs in Charlotte, NC

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Today in America TV proudly announces March air dates for the city with the most financial institutions, Charlotte, North Carolina. Charlotteans and visitors can enjoy the award winning program on WAXN-TV 64, Eyewitness News.

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Today in America TV, the unique cable television show, announces March air dates for Charlotte, North Carolina. The beautiful city, home of the University of North Carolina offers much for residents and visitors alike. The city, nicknamed “Queen City” is home to the NASCAR Hall of Fame, holds many offices here and a good percentage of NASCAR employees reside in the immediate area. Charlotte is great for golfers with many top courses and plenty of activities for families to do. In 2008, CNN Money Watch ranked it number eight as a “100 Best Places to Live and Launch” because of its dedication to young scientists and entrepreneurs. Viewers in Charlotte can catch the intriguing show on WAXN-TV 64, Eyewitness News.

The Today in America TV show host is the well known sportscaster Terry Bradshaw. He has worked in television for over ten years as both a host on national sports network shows. Currently, he can be seen on Fox NFL Sunday as an analyst. During his fourteen year career in professional football, Bradshaw earned many honors and awards. He was named “MVP” twice, led his team to four Super Bowl championships and was inducted into the Hall of Fame. Bradshaw’s warm and open personality keeps him busy with motivational speaking and he was recently selected to be a spokesperson for Nutrisystem.

Today in America with Terry Bradshaw is driven to bringing the most relevant news and informational topics to an audience of active professionals. The cable television show covers a wide variety of topics such as family recreation, American industry and breakthroughs in medicine today. It is distributed by regional and national cable TV networks Fox Business News, ESPN 2 and CNN Headline News. For more information, to find air dates in your city and to enter the “Touchdown with Terry” online video youth sports contest, please visit

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