Terry Bradshaw is a busy man.
When not working as co-host of Fox NFL Sunday, Terry will soon be seen nationally promoting the township of Parsippany “as a great place to do business and a great place to live,” according to Mayor Barberio.
Aside from “Today in America,” Terry can also be seen on these programs:
These programs have one thing in common. They are all owned by Paul Douglas Scott and a company called U.S. Media Television, Inc. The Parsippany Town Council recently entered into and approved a $20,000 deal with them.
A name may just be a name but U.S. Media Television has in the past been called Platinum Media Group, New Line Media Solutions and Encore Media Solutions, just to name a few. The company and its owners have been sued by the Florida attorney general, former clients who paid $20,000 like Parsippany and broadcaster Greg Gumbel (Terry’s predecessor) for fraud.
Here is one such settlement: http://myfloridalegal.com/webfiles.nsf/WF/MRAY-76KKPA/$file/PlatinumAVC.pdf
It took me less than 10 minutes to do a cursory search on U.S. Media Television and Mr. Scott. Parsippany residents should expect its council members to at least do the same before voting on something they don’t know anything about.
— Jonathan Nelson, Parsippany