Once again, INSP awarded Seal of Approval by the Parents Television Council TM

soa-logo-150(Indian Land, SC – October 14, 2016) INSP’s original series, State Plate has been awarded the prestigious “Seal of Approval” from the Parents Television Council TM (PTC). The announcement was made by Dale Ardizzone, COO of INSP.

“This honor comes at a great time for our network as we continue to add original and exclusive content to our programming slate,” said Ardizzone.  “As we are set to premiere our latest, State Plate, hosted by American Idol favorite Taylor Hicks, on Friday, October 21st at 9P ET, the awarding of the ‘Seal of Approval,’ combined with the positive pre-series buzz we have been receiving is further evidence that our commitment to provide quality and compelling family entertainment is respected and celebrated.  That is always gratifying to know.”

PTC’s Head of Research Operations, Christopher Gildemeister serves as the organization’s television critic and says he loved the show.  “State Plate is a fun and fascinating combination of history, science, travel, and cooking, sure to stimulate the minds – and taste buds – of viewers.  Hicks’ breezy narration and obvious enthusiasm for food makes the show a tasty bit of education that viewers will delight in consuming.”

The PTC “Seal of Approval” is presented to outstanding DVDs, films, television shows, advertisers and networks that emphasize positive, pro-family values and do not contain graphic or gratuitous sex, violence or profanity.


About INSP

INSP is available nationwide to more than 83M households via Dish Network (channel 259), DirecTV (channel 364), Verizon FiOS (channel 286), AT&T U-verse (channel 564) and more than 2,800 cable systems.  Click here to find INSP in your area. For quality dramas, positive entertainment and inspiring stories, celebrating the American spirit and honoring timeless traditional values, it’s INSP.

About The Parents Television Council  

The Parents Television Council® (®) is a non-partisan education organization advocating responsible entertainment. It was founded in 1995 to ensure that children are not constantly assaulted by sex, violence and profanity on television and in other media. This national grassroots organization has more than 1.4 million members, and works with television producers, broadcasters, networks and sponsors in an effort to stem the flow of harmful and negative messages targeted to children. The PTC™ also works with elected and appointed government officials to enforce broadcast decency standards. Most importantly, the PTC produces critical research and publications documenting the dramatic increase in sex, violence and profanity in entertainment. This information is provided free of charge so parents can make informed viewing choices for their own families. Visit the new PTC Watchdog Blog at Follow the PTC on Twitter: @ThePTC.


Tara Brown