We are very proud of the quality of our educational programming initiatives so we continue to explore new and exciting distribution stations and networks for our programs.
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Coral Springs, FL (PRWEB) September 20, 2012
Today in America TV Vice President of Media, Gary Baris, is pleased to announce new market distribution stations and networks for the Telly award-winning show. With more than 13 years of experience in educational television production, Baris brings extensive knowledge of every aspect of the industry, from concept through on-air execution and media consulting for the show and regularly places it on well-known regional and national cable television networks. He has recently brought the outstanding show to more than ten new markets and placed it on several name-brand known national networks. Baris is a veteran in the media industry and is a valued representative to the many satisfied guests of the program.
National Football League Hall of Fame star Terry Bradshaw hosts the show. He is one of the most popular and recognized sports celebrities in the nation. Bradshaw has worked in broadcasting for more than 20 years and his on-camera experience is respected world-wide. He earned many accolades and awards for his skill during his 14 year professional football career, including the induction, and is also the only former pro ball player who received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The Today in America Terry Bradshaw show takes pride in being a leader of quality, educational programming. It covers topics which are informative and interesting such as smart home technologies, tele-medicine and the future, and the best little higher education schools in the country. The captivating program films on location in the United States and Canada. To read Terry Bradshaw’s full bio, check air dates for your city or to learn more about the engrossing program, please visit todayinamericatv.com. Social media enthusiasts are encouraged to visit the show on Facebook, engage it on Twitter and watch sample videos on YouTube.