- September 22nd, 2011
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Veteran TV broadcaster and football legend Terry Bradshaw hosts the business cable television show Today in America with Terry Bradshaw. This unique cable TV show airs on regional cable networks and national cable channels throughout the United States. The show covers a variety of topics, focusing on business success stories and features about various American industries. The Today in America TV show (www.todayinamericatv.com) informs TV viewers about environmental topics, financial topics, developments and trends in health care and education, and much more.
Today in America with Terry Bradshaw reviews the strategies of successful American companies, looking at ways that they have reduced their costs and innovated to stay ahead despite the economic downturn and the increased competition they face in a global economy.
Today in America Terry Bradshaw associate producers showcase American businesses from all across the nation and all parts of the economy. The Business Day show has an excellent team of associate producers and producers, including Tony Ferraro associate producer, Evan Golden associate producer, Angelo Ferraro associate producer and Anthony Dimeglio associate producer. This team scours the nation in search of interesting and uplifting stories about American entrepreneurs, inventors, businessmen and businesswomen, and brings these stories to TV viewers throughout America.
Visit the Today in America website, www.todayinamericatv.com, to find out when and where the show airs, watch video clips of past show segments, learn more about the show’s host and more. The Business Day TV show airs on the Fox Business Channel, CNN Headline News, and many other cable television outlets across the United States.
Terry Bradshaw has worked on TV more than a quarter-century. He played 14 seasons for the Pittsburgh Steelers, quarterbacking the team to four Super Bowl championships during his Hall of Fame career. Following his retirement in 1984, Bradshaw began his television career. He worked for CBS from 1984 to 1994, beginning as a color commentator and later becoming a studio host and analyst. He has worked for Fox Sports for the last 16 years.