Coral Springs, FL (PRWEB) June 22, 2012
A leader in educational programming, the Today in America television program is pleased to announce the Telly award-winning show will be streaming at http://www.wvvh.com in the month of June in the state of New Jersey.
While New Jersey often gets a bad rap, the eastern seashore state is known for many of the firsts it claims. The first incandescent lamp, also known as the light bulb, was made by Thomas Edison in 1879 in Menlo Park. History fans might know that it was the first state to sign the Bill of Rights and it was also known as the “Pathway to the Revolution” as over 100 battles were fought on New Jersey soil. Not to be overdone by other farm-rich states, New Jersey has over 9000 farms and ranks in the top four for producing blueberries and peaches to name just a few. One of the many famous people who were raised in the state is former Pittsburgh Steeler Franco Harris who attended high school in Mount Holly, NJ.
Another famous Pittsburgh Steelers football player, Terry Bradshaw, is the host and narrator of the enlightening television show. He was the starring quarterback who was one of the players responsible for leading the team to four Super Bowl victories and many other championship titles. The Pro Ball Hall of Fame inductee retired in 1984 and has worked on football related broadcasts for more than 20 years. His popularity and well-known warmth keeps him active with motivational speaking engagements and as a spokesperson for Nutrisystem.
The persuasive television program covers topics that impact the world. Today in America with Terry Bradshaw films around the country and is edited in South Florida. It airs regionally and nationally on business oriented cable networks. More information is available at todayinamericatv.com or on the show’s Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pages.