The producers of Today in America with Terry Bradshaw proudly announce the launch of a new series “Mobile Workforce Solutions”, as part of its television program Today in America with Terry Bradshaw (www.todayinamericatv.com). Today in America with Terry Bradshaw airs on cable channels nationwide.
Cell phones and smartphones are leading one of the greatest technological movements of our time. Once a simple device that allowed a telephone conversation to be conducted anywhere at anytime, the cell phone has evolved to facilitate text messaging, Internet access, gaming, photos, video, word processing, and now so much more. These mobile devices are poised to completely replace desktops and laptops within mere decades, and are gradually progressing from personal use to the workforce. Business has made Blackberry a household name, and proven that such devices can be invaluable to employees on the go or around the office. Designed for the consumer, mobile devices work brilliantly in the business sphere; they give employees the freedom to communicate away from their desk—whether by phone, e-mail, or video chat—they allow workers to exchange documents and links, and they help business owners monitor personnel with GPS tracking.
In the series, guests of the show will share with the Today in America Terry Bradshaw audience what the latest advances are in mobile technology, and how business owners can leverage it to make their companies run smarter, cheaper, and more efficiently.
Today in America with Terry Bradshaw combs the nation and the globe to bring viewers fascinating business stories and firsthand insights from entrepreneurs within various industries. The television show is broadcast nationally and regionally on many popular television networks.
The show’s host, Terry Bradshaw, is considered by many to be one of the greatest quarterbacks of the NFL. Bradshaw was known for calling his own plays, and was the first quarterback ever to win four Super Bowl Championships. Twice named as Super Bowl “MVP”, the former football star still holds the Super Bowl all-time record for passing today. Since retiring from the gridiron in 1984, Terry has remained a familiar face to television audiences. After ten years with CBS as a Color Commentator, Bradshaw joined Fox Sports in 1994, where he remains today as one of the co-hosts of and analysts for Fox NFL Sunday.
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