- October 18th, 2011
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The host of the Today in America with Terry Bradshaw TV show has become an advocate for additional research on concussions. Host Terry Bradshaw, a former professional football player, has worked on TV for decades, but the concussions he sustained during his playing days 30 years ago affect him to this day. The show’s production team finds fascinating stories across the nation to feature on the diverse Today in America TV show, which informs TV viewers throughout the U.S. about many subjects.
Today in America with Terry Bradshaw reviews trends that affect American consumers and American businesses in all parts of the country. The show addresses technology topics, financial subjects, health care topics, home improvement topics, a plethora of business topics and many more topics.
Today in America Terry Bradshaw producers started a new contest to benefit concussion research, in which Bradshaw’s fans can submit videos, essays and photos demonstrating their dedication to Bradshaw for a chance to win a football autographed by Bradshaw. Fans can submit their entries through December 31, 2011 to the show’s program director Kyra Burton, at firstname.lastname@example.org. The show’s fans will vote for a winner on the show’s Facebook fan page in January 2012. The show will donate one dollar for each entry and each vote cast to concussion research.