Columbus is a proud American city and we are pleased to be on the air in it.
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Coral Springs, FL (PRWEB) October 27, 2012
Say what you like about Ohio. It will not stick. Columbus is the city where Teflon originated and today it is home to the world’s largest private research and development foundation - the Battelle Memorial Institute. It has a diverse economy based on insurance, education and technology. It is the largest city and the capital of the Buckeye State. The city is located in the center of the state and 50% of the United States population lives within a 500 mile radius of it. Columbus was ranked in Business Week Magazine’s top 50 best cities in America, in 2012. Today in America TV is pleased to announce air dates for the Columbus. Residents and visitors can watch the award-winning educational program on Doppler 10 Now WBNS-TV Weather.
Show host Terry Bradshaw is a National Football League Hall of Fame inductee. He was the starring quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers who was influential in leading the team to four Super Bowl victories and who also earned the “Most Valuable Player” honor several times. Bradshaw retired from the game in the mid 1980’s when an aggravated injury refused to heal. He started to work as a commentator and later an analyst for national television networks. Now, he is a favorite commentator for an Emmy-winning pregame show, a respected motivational speaker and best-selling author.
Today in America with Terry Bradshaw is a leader in quality, educational programming. It explores topics which are both engaging and informative and presents them to the viewer. The audience has the chance to learn about the best business schools, the environment, business management options, plus many more which are relevant to everyday living, working and relaxing. The show films in the United States and Canada. It is broadcast on regional and national business related cable television networks. More information can be found at todayinamericatv.com or on social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.