RFD-TV Launches “Time Well Spent” As Weekly Series
Premiering on RFD-TV the first week in January, rural Alabama celebrates itself and shows the nation the unique appeal of our great state! A production of Alabama Farmers Cooperative, Time Well Spent is television families can enjoy together, as they see the people, places and events that maintain some of the state’s most time-honored traditions and heritage.
Each 30-minute episode will contain different segments illustrating separate aspects of rural Alabama. Jim Allen will bring to the screen a feature entitled "Rural Alabama… You’ve Got to Love It!" which will focus on special places and events that add a bit of distinctive charm to the landscape of the state.
Grace Smith will host a segment that will take a youthful look at rural Alabama. "Young Folks in Action" will demonstrate how young people are living and learning traditional values as they participate in rural and agricultural activities across the state.
Sidney Phelps of Bonnie Plants will bring out the green thumb in everyone as he delivers the segment "The Gift of Growing Things." A helpful guide for people of all skill levels, this segment will provide the tips and techniques to take gardeners from planting to pruning and harvesting.
"Farming for Wildlife," hosted by BioLogic’s Bobby Cole, is a fun look at improving habitat for wildlife on your property. Each segment will deal with a different topic, from whitetail deer to farm pond management, in an effort to maximize wildlife use and landowner enjoyment.
Special people… Special Events and Activities… A Special Place defined as Rural America… Time Well Spent is a special program, and we believe you will agree it is, well — TIME WELL SPENT each and every week!
About RFD-TV, LLC
Launched in December of 2000 and now beginning its 10th year of broadcasting, RFD-TV is the nation’s first 24-hour television channels dedicated to serving the needs and interests of rural America with programming focused on agriculture, equine, rural lifestyle, along with traditional country music and entertainment. The channel is now distributed into over 40 million homes worldwide by DBS and cable systems including DISH Network, DIRECTV, Comcast, Verizon FiOS TV, Mediacom, Charter, Bresnan, Time Warner, Cox, SKY, Freesat and over 600 independent rural cable systems. Production originates in studios located in Nashville, Tennessee, for RFD-TV and RFD HD, and now London, England, for RURAL TV, the company’s new international channel which launched throughout the UK in March 2009. RFD-TV The Magazine now has over 160,000 paid subscribers for its bi-monthly publication, and the company continues to operate RFD-TV The Theatre in Branson, Missouri.
For more information on RFDTV, visit their website: www.rfdtv.com.