Coral Springs, FL – United States Media Television is proud to announce that PNC will appear on its TV program, Viewpoints (www.viewtb.com). The backbone of any of the technology without which we could not function is usually a printed circuit board. Some are rigid and can literally be thought of as the backbone of the system, whereas innovative flexible and Rigi-Flex boards are finding new applications for these devices. Nutley, New Jersey-based PNC manufactures a wide range of printed circuit boards for use in just about every field, notably high frequency RF/microwave, audio, defense, and medical sectors. With four decades of experience and a host of offshore partners, PNC can supply large quantities of printed circuit boards, including double-sided and multilayer boards. The company can even get involved in projects at the concept stage and produce schematics and prototypes.
For more information about PNC, please visit www.pnconline.com.
Viewpoints with Terry Bradshaw scans the nation and the globe for interesting stories about business, industry and lifestyles and reviews them to provide entertaining TV. Former NFL great Terry Bradshaw, who introduces the show, is recognized as one of the greatest quarterbacks in football history. He was "All-American" at Louisiana Tech University before joining the Pittsburgh Steelers. Terry holds the distinction of being the first quarterback ever to win four Super Bowl Championships. Twice named as Super Bowl "MVP", Bradshaw holds Super Bowl all-time passing records to this day. In 1984, with a solid football career behind him, Terry became a television commentator. He was a Color Analyst for CBS Sports on their NFL broadcasts and later one of their in-studio co-hosts, eventually joining the team on The NFL Today. After ten years with CBS, Bradshaw moved to Fox Sports as one of the co-hosts and analysts on Fox NFL Sunday.
The reviews are in: Viewpoints with Terry Bradshaw is fascinating television!
Viewpoints is available nationally and regionally on many popular television networks.
For more information, please visit www.viewtb.com.