WeatherNation meteorologists can cover specific weather shows on your broadcast schedule. High definition or SD-quality weathercasts are streamed to your station via high-speed internet, arriving minutes before air, customized for your anchor team, on-air look, with a format compatible with your overall weather philosophy. As a WeatherNation client our team will meet with your News Director and producers to create weather presentations that resonate with your viewers, keeping as much on-air continuity as possible with other weather shows in your line-up. National, regional, state or metropolitan-scale weather graphics are supplemented with “explainers” that make the weather more informative and understandable, tapping some of the most visual and effective technology available today, all delivered from a Weather Center in the Twin Cities of Minnesota.
Live content is optional, but if the need arises WeatherNation meteorologists can be on-air, or on-line, with breaking weather updates, tailored for your market, your on-air look, your needs.
"WeatherNation’s forecasts fit seamlessly into our newscast. From properly pronouncing the names of small towns in the area to working with our technical personnel to insure timely delivery of the weather presentation, WeatherNation offers a superior product. They are saving us money, and the shows are receiving a positive response from our viewers. They even mention upcoming weather-sensitive events, truly tailoring weather for our needs. We also appreciate the quality and accuracy of their forecasts.”
Hollis Grizzard Jr.
Station Manager/News Director of KZTV
"It's exciting to once again partner with Paul Douglas on a true, 24-hour regional weather service for Minnesota and western Wisconsin," said John Remes, KARE 11 president and general manager. "Now that digital TV has arrived, we can better serve more viewers with this new digital weather channel." KARE Weather NOW is also available online.
KARE 11 President & General Manager