Today in America TV Explores Smart Home Technology

Share Article

Turn the iron off from a cell phone or computer? Dim the lights without getting up to watch a movie? Those are the dreams of many and some are utilizing a home network already. Today in America TV airs a new series on smart home technology.

Today in America TV show

A networked home is a smart home. Get hooked up and never worry again.

Past News Releases

RSS

Today in America TV airs a new series on the most recent applications in smart home technology. A home network is run on electricity and hooks up everything from a sound system to intruder alarms. Want to see what the kids are up to while at work? How did the lights come on when you walked into the house? Don’t panic. The smart home network can turn off the coffee machine from your cell phone. Some of the newer devises for running a smart or networked home run on Wi-Fi, using the same technology that laptops use. Having a networked home is a rapidly accelerating home trend today. Get connected and stop worrying.

The beloved former NFL great Terry Bradshaw is the host of Today in America with Terry Bradshaw. He is recognized as one of the greatest quarterbacks in football history. Once known as “The Blonde Bomber” for this blonde hair and powerful passes, Bradshaw holds the distinction of being the first quarterback ever to win four Super Bowl Championships. Twice named as Super Bowl "MVP", Bradshaw holds Super Bowl all-time passing records to this day. Bradshaw’s down to earth enthusiasm keeps him busy in the motivational speaking area for Fortune 500 companies. Currently, he can be seen on Fox NFL Sunday as an analyst.

The Today in America TV show is quality television aired in manageable time frames for the driven professional. The producers continually aim to seek out and bring the audience compelling and entertaining programs of value. Topics are directed in the areas of business, technology and lifestyle and touch on the environment. The award winning production is aired on cable television networks such as CNN Headline News and ESPN 2. Catch it on popular social media sites Facebook, Twitter and You Tube, where sample videos of the show are available. For more information or to find local air times, please visit todayinamericatv.com.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Evan Golden
Visit website