Nutrition expert Dr. Ward Bond has concluded an agreement with a major group of television stations that will result in substantially expanded coverage of Dr. Bond’s daily telecast.
As of Monday, December 5, “Nutritional Living with Dr. Ward Bond” will be telecast daily Monday thru Friday on the popular TCT Network, based in Marion, Illinois. This program, regarded by many thousands of viewers as “inspiring and very informative,” will be seen each day on TCT’s vast network of stations at 9:00 a.m. (CST) and 10:00 a.m. (EST).
“Nutritional Living” currently broadcasts on two other major specialty networks – noon to 12:30 p.m. Eastern time Monday through Friday on the Christian Television Network (CTN), based in Tampa, Florida; and 9:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Eastern time on the Victory Television Network (VTN), based in Little Rock, Arkansas. These two networks reach 4.5 million households. The newly added TCT Network will carry the program from 10:00 to 10:30 a.m. Eastern time to a potential of 10 million households, which gives the Nutritional Living telecast a potential audience of 14.5 million households.
Dr. Bond’s program is currently seen in these markets: Tampa, FL, St. Petersburg, FL, Sarasota, FL, Ft. Myers, FL, Mobile, AL, Santa Barbara, CA, Little Rock, AR, Hot Springs, AR, Jonesboro, AR, Memphis, TN, and across the nation on the Sky Angel Satellite Network.
Inclusion of the TCT Network, beginning Monday, December 5, will add considerable additional coverage: saturation in Michigan, plus wide exposure in New York, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Ohio, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and other states. The Toronto/Windsor area in Canada also will receive the telecasts.
Widely known for his writings, television and radio appearances and his lectures on the use of natural, safe supplements to combat problems of the human body in a safe natural way, Dr. Bond has a private nutritional practice in Liberty, Texas.
According to Dr. Bond, the goal of “Nutritional Living” is “to bridge the gap between alternative medicine and conventional medicine.” His television programs are intended to answer questions many people have about nutrients, herbal medicine and the use of natural therapies.