Viewpoints Industry TV Releases November Air Dates for the Tri-Cities Region
November 01, 2013 --
Coral Springs, FL (PRWEB) November 01, 2013
The producers of Viewpoints Industry TV are pleased to release November air dates for the Tri-Cities of Bristol, Virginia, Johnson City and Kingsport, Tennessee. The cities vary in population but offer amenities for both residents and visitors. Bristol is scenic and lays on the Virginia-Tennessee state borders along with its twin Bristol, TN. Johnson City is listed by Kiplinger as one of the "The 10 Least-Expensive Cities for Living in the U.S.A." Kingsport is the largest of the three and offers anyone who visits the opportunity to take advantage of great outdoor activities. The show, hosted by a NFL Hall of Fame recipient Terry Bradshaw, will air on Greenville, Tennessee-based FOX WEMT-TV which covers the Northeastern Tennessee and Southwestern Virginia viewing area.
The program covers a variety of topics which affects people from all walks of life. Viewpoints Industry TV show takes an in-depth look into different professions and offers a stunning view of the smaller cities, towns and hamlets throughout North America. Compelling topics which will be broadcast include new business technology, emerging workplace security practices, a best in education series, and much more. The program is hosted by a celebrity athlete who is known world-wide for his outgoing and charming personality.
The program is available for viewing on regional and national television networks and cable broadcast stations. The show producers film in many locations across the U.S.A. and Canada to bring the latest trends and developments in the technology, health, lifestyle and travel industries. Visit http://www.viewpointsindustry.com to learn more about the show, see sample video clips from past episodes, or connect with it on the many popular social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter.
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