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The Enterprises TV Show Airs in New York State Capital
Viewers in the Albany area will be able to watch the award-winning Enterprises TV show.
By: Enterprises TV
Innovation is strong in this part of the state. One of the most common household items consumers use was invented in the New York state capital: perforated toilet tissue. The continuous roll of perforated toilet paper around a tube was invented in 1871 by Seth Wheeler. Albany is also the anchor of New York's Tech Valley, and it is located conveniently amid some of the Northeast's largest and most economically strong cities. Not long ago, it was listed fourth by Forbes Magazine for "Best Cities for Jobs" since technology-related jobs opened up as the recession saw more state and local government jobs drop. Albany is a growing, vibrant state capital in the American Northeast.
The Enterprises TV show is hosted by one of television's most popular hosts and most successful entrepreneurs, Kevin Harrington. He has been welcomed into millions of homes around the world through his informative and entertaining programs on both syndicated and paid television.
The program is headquartered in South Florida and films on location throughout the United States and around the globe. Enterprises TV specializes in creating intriguing stories including individual company profiles and features on important new advances in the world. It is produced in part by Anthony DiMeglio and Gary Baris. To learn more about the show and its host, please visit Facebook, Twitter, or Google+, or visit the website at http://www.enterprisestv.com.