CORAL SPRINGS, Fla.
- July 25, 2013
-- The producers of Forward Progress TV (http://forwardprogresstv.com/)
are working on a segment which highlights the best smaller schools with outstanding environmental programs. It will offer viewers the opportunity to explore a more affordable and personal education for their children who are interested in a career in environmental science. Many of the small colleges are located in areas where businesses and organizations cater to the students and their academics, such as Dartmouth College, a long-time leader in all things related to ecology. Today’s students are planning their futures earlier than previous generations. About Forward Progress
Launched in January 2012, the Forward Progress TV show (https://twitter.com/
reaches more than 68 million households, focusing on the issues most relevant to a diverse audience of educated, affluent viewers. The show offers informative stories on business, education, health, travel and lifestyle topics and features experts in each field who share their insights with Bradshaw and the viewers. The program offers a social media platform to provide daily commentary, behind-the-scenes photos and viewer weigh-ins on content, allowing for a truly interactive experience. The show airs nationally and regionally on regional and national cable television networks. Find out more about the show at www.forwardprogresstv.com
.About Doug Scott
Executive Producer, Doug Scott, was recently awarded the 2012 Key Partners Award from South Florida Business Journal for outstanding community service and has just completed his 1 year run as Chairman of the Board for 4Kids of South Florida, an organization that assists single mothers and children. Scott’s Production Company has in the past year been recipient to 13 Telly Awards for excellence in television production. Doug Scott was featured on the cover of The Parklander Magazine for his own foundation, The Scott Family Foundation.