District of Sparwood considered for television segment

‘Insights with Terry Bradshaw’ are considering the District of Sparwood for a five minute segment on topics, trends and issues

  • Mar. 18, 2012 2:00 p.m.

Andrea Horton

 

In a letter addressed to Sparwood Council, Tony Ferraro, Series Producer for ‘Insights with Terry Bradshaw’ said that they are considering the District of Sparwood for a five minute segment on topics, trends and issues related to Communities of the 21st century “Best Places to Live, Work, Visit and Play” in their 2012 series “Explore North America.”

The segment will air one time nationally in the US on FOX Business Network or the Discovery Channel, one time nationally in Canada on Business News Network and 33 times regionally in the US and Canada on Regional News Networks in many of the top 100 markets nationwide.

If Sparwood is accepted for the project, the District will have to pay $24,800 for the scheduling fee.

Sparwood Council intends to survey communities that have been through this process to see if it is a worthwhile project.

A teleconference is scheduled with Council and the series producer for March 14 to discuss the project further.

 

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