- October 3rd, 2011
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The cable television show Today in America with Terry Bradshaw reviews positive developments all across the country. The show’s insightful and entertaining episodes cover an array of topics throughout American society. The show’s production team recently started a new contest, the “Terry Bradshaw’s Greatest Fan” contest, to raise awareness about concussions and fund concussion research.
Today in America Terry Bradshaw producers search throughout America to find interesting and inspiring stories to showcase on the show, which addresses business topics, technology topics, environmental topics, education topics, lifestyles and travel topics, and more.
The “Terry Bradshaw’s Greatest Fan” contest runs through end of December 2011. Bradshaw’s fans across the U.S. have the opportunity to win a football autographed by Bradshaw and get featured on the show’s website, www.todayinamericatv.com. Fans may submit entries, consisting of photos, videos and/or essays that reveal their loyalty to Bradshaw via e-mail to Kyra Burton, the show’s program director, at email@example.com. Entries must be submitted by December 31st, 2011.
The show’s Facebook fans will then vote for the winner on the show’s Facebook fan page in January 2012. The show will then donate $1 for each entry submitted and each cast vote to concussion research.
Host Terry Bradshaw played 14 seasons of professional football, winning four Super Bowl titles, before starting his television career in 1984. He has worked for Fox Sports since 1994.