July 25, 2011, Coral Springs, FL – The producers of Business Day with Terry Bradshaw are proud to announce the launch of a new series, National Security Technology.
Since the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon on September 11, 2001, national security has become a major concern in America. From the government official, to the business owner, to the private citizen, the country’s security is a topic that crosses everyone’s mind. With advancements in technology, new measures are being taken to ensure the nation’s safety.
From the use of biometric technology, by the Department of Homeland Security, to strengthen U.S. immigration and border security, to the utilization of the latest cyber security tools, by government agencies, organizations, and individuals, levels of security that did not exist in the past, are helping to strengthen security in the U.S. The Business Day with Terry Bradshaw National Security Technology series will educate TV viewers on the many ways in which technology is improving America’s national security, and inform them of the security technologies emerging in the future.
Business Day with Terry Bradshaw reviews new industry trends and identifies stories for television and Internet content. The show’s host, Terry Bradshaw, is known to many as one of the greatest quarterbacks of the NFL. While playing for Louisiana Tech University, he was selected as “All-American”, and he was the first player selected in the 1970 draft, going on to play for the Pittsburgh Steelers. He was the first quarterback ever to win four Super Bowl Championships.
Since retiring from the gridiron in 1984, the twice named Super Bowl MVP has remained a familiar face on television. He became a Color Analyst for CBS Sports on their NFL broadcasts and later one of their in-studio co-hosts. He eventually joined The NFL Today. After ten years with CBS, Bradshaw joined Fox Sports in 1994. He became one of the co-hosts and analysts on Fox NFL Sunday.
Business Day Terry Bradshaw offers viewers the latest news and information about business television.