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Today in America TV Offers April Air Dates for Madison, Wisconsin

April 29, 2012

Today in America TV offers April air dates for one of the most secure places to live in the United States — Madison, Wisconsin.

Coral Springs, FL (PRWEB) April 29, 2012

Madison, Wisconsin ranks at the top of the most desirable categories on Sperling´s Best Places List:

  •     Most Secure Place to Live in the United States
  •     Best Places for Military Retirees
  •     Best Cities to Relocate To in the U.S.
  •     Best Green Cities.

The “Best” placements are a boon to local economic development groups as they hope to lure potential new residents and tourists to their city. Madison also offers nine local parks and many other cultural and family related activities. Today in America TV is pleased to announce April air dates for one of the top ranked cities in the country. Residents and visitors can watch the award winning cable television program on CNN Headline News.

Terry Bradshaw, former professional football player, is the host and narrator of the informative cable show. He was the starring quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers who helped steer the team to four Super Bowl victories and eight AFC championships. His 14 year career garnered an induction into the Pro Ball Hall of Fame. He was twice given the title of “Most Valuable Player” for his skill and leadership. Bradshaw retired from the grid iron in 1983 and has worked in television for over 25 years. He has been an actor, has authored several books and been a sports show commentator. Today, he is on Fox NFL Sunday as an analyst and was chosen to be a spokesperson for Nutrisystem.

The Today in America Terry Bradshaw show covers topics that are relevant to the lives of everyone. The informative cable television program films throughout the United States and is professionally edited in Coral Springs, Florida. It is broadcast regionally and nationally on a variety of cable news networks. Please visit todayinamericatv.com for more information about the show, its host or to view the fan page. The educational program engages on all social media platforms such as Face Book, YouTube and Twitter.

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