Coral Springs, FL (PRWEB) September 17, 2012
In an industry which is usually dominated by men, Today in America TV producer Anne Kole, stands out as one of the few women in the business making her mark. The nearly ten-year media industry veteran was recently chosen to head the exceptional program’s new American Education series. Ms. Kole, a graduate of Wellesley College, is outstanding in getting higher education facilities promoted on the educational show. She says, “The best part (of the job) is helping schools support students to excel.” She was given the prestigious title of “2011 Producer of the Year” and continues to trail blaze in the lifestyle, health and wellness fields. Prior to the producing role, she worked on several South Florida divisions of national newspapers, and was employed by Sandow Media in the Book Publishing Division as Regional Publisher. She also earned prestigious awards as Senior Admissions Advisor for Kaplan University.
There are few former athletes who are as well known and beloved as show host Terry Bradshaw. The NFL veteran quarterback has accomplished much since his retirement from professional football more than 20 years ago. He is currently a co-host on a number one ranked pregame show, a best-selling author and an often requested motivational speaker for corporate and charitable events. Additionally, he is one of the famous Nutrisystem spokespersons. Bradshaw is one of the most recognized sports celebrities in the country and the only former NFL player to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The Today in America Terry Bradshaw show covers a variety of topics geared toward American and Canadian interests. It regularly dives into stories on the best in higher education, family health and wellness, lifestyle, plus many more. The informative show films on location and is broadcast on regional and national business oriented cable television shows. Learn more about the program and host Terry Bradshaw’s at todayinamericatv.com. Social media fans are encouraged to join the show on Facebook and Twitter, and watch sample videos on YouTube or Vimeo.