Texas TV Meteorologist Goes Freelance

Dana Fulton Joins WKOW Weather Team

Allen Media’s ABC affiliate WKOW Madison, Wis., is adding meteorologist Dana Fulton to its 27 News Wake Up Wisconsin weekday mornings at 4:30-7 a.m. Her debut will be Monday, Sept. […]

WAPT Jackson’s Christana Kay Earns AMS CBM Designation

Christana Kay, weekend meteorologist at Hearst’s ABC affiliate WAPT Jackson, Miss., has earned the American Meteorological Society’s Certified Broadcast Meteorologist (CBM) designation, a professional recognition of the quality of their […]

John Carroll And Eric Oren Join KTVZ Bend

News-Press & Gazette’s NBC-Fox affiliate KTVZ Bend, Ore., has made two additions to its weather team: John Carroll and Eric Oren. They will make their on-air debut the first week of […]

KTUL Tulsa Names Joie Bettenhausen Morning Meteorologist

KAVU Victoria, TX, Adds Meteorologist Parker Cox


Why Are Meteorologist Jobs Going Unfilled?

In the first half of 2023, the biggest search need in TV news has been for meteorologists. So far this year, we at Talent Dynamics have conducted over 30 — that is right — 30 searches for weather people and/or meteorologists for TV stations and networks. By the time you read this, that number will likely be even higher. This is a crucial gap that needs to be filled — weather is important.

WESH Orlando Adds Meteorologist Marquise Meda

Hearst Television’s NBC affiliate WESH Orlando, Fla., has hired meteorologist Marquise Meda for its First Warning Weather Team starting on Sunday, July 23, at 6 p.m..  Prior to joining WESH, […]

WREG Chief Meteorologist Tim Simpson Retiring After 29 Years

Fox Weather Signs Meteorologist Bob Van Dillen

Fox Weather, Fox News Media’s free ad-supported streaming television (FAST) weather service, has signed meteorologist Bob Van Dillen as on-air host. Most recently, he was the meteorologist for HLN’s Morning Express with […]

Chandlor Jordan Joins WIS Columbia, S.C., News

Meteorologist Dr. Frank Field Dies At 100

He worked at WNBC New York for more than 25 years – from 1958 to 1984, then moved cross-town to WCBS, and ended his TV career at WWOR in 2004. During his time at WNBC, he added degrees in geology and optometry at Columbia University, then a doctorate from Albert Einstein College of Medicine adding health and science reporting to his broadcast portfolio. (Photo: NBC 4 New York)

Talking TV: Today’s Dylan Dreyer On Climate Change And The Joys Of A Nature Show

Dylan Dreyer, meteorologist for NBC’s Today, co-anchor of the show’s third hour and host of Earth Odyssey in the network’s The More You Know block talks about how to weave climate change into weather reporting and what she gets out of making a good, old fashioned nature show. A full transcript of the conversation is included.

KDEN Denver Promotes Niurma Sanchez To Chief Meteorologist And Jose Luis Quevedo To Meteorologist

Telemundo’s KDEN Denver has promoted Niurma Sanchez to chief meteorologist and expanded Jose Luis Quevedo’s role to neteorologist. Niurma has served as KDEN’s meteorologist for more than six years and […]

Gray Television And Iowa State Announce Broadcast Meteorology Partnership

Gray Television today announced a partnership with Iowa State University (ISU) to empower students majoring in geological and atmospheric sciences with cutting-edge technology used by broadcast meteorologists nationwide. The collaboration […]

Longtime WJXT Jacksonville Meteorologist George Winterling Dies At 91

KCCI Meteorologist Resigns, Citing PTSD From Threats Over Climate Change Coverage

When KCCI Des Moines, Iowa, meteorologist Chris Gloninger got an email notification last June, it read: “Getting sick and tired of your liberal conspiracy on the weather.” “What’s your address,” another asked Gloninger a few days later. “We conservative Iowans would like to give you an Iowan welcome you will never forget.” The emails arrived relentlessly in Gloninger’s inbox for another month. Gloninger is leaving KCCI and his career in TV news in July, he announced Wednesday, citing family health issues and post-traumatic stress he suffered after receiving the threats.

KCEN Waco Chief Meteorologist Andy Andersen Exits

Meteorologist Tucker Antico Joining WFXT Boston

Adrián Miró Joins News Team At Telemundo’s KASA Albuquerque

Telemundo’s KASA Albuquerque, N.M., has added Adrián Miró to the weather team of the Spanish-language station. Miró joins anchors Alejandro Contreras and Mayra Aguilar and reporters Sergio Guerrero and Deyaneyra Perea. His debut on-air […]

WHIO Dayton Meteorologist McCall Vrydaghs Leaves Local TV After 12 Years

Bob Shaw, KTVZ Chief Meteorologist, Sets Retirement Date

On Friday, July 28, Shaw will deliver his final weather forecast after almost 24 years at News-Press & Gazette’s NBC affiliate KTVZ Bend, Ore. — making him the longest-tenured chief […]

KAAL Rochester, Minn., Names Randy Brock Chief Meteorologist

Hubbard Television Group’s ABC affiliate KAAL Rochester, Minn. (DMA 151), is adding meteorologist Randy Brock as chief meteorologist. He will join James Wilcox and Robin Wolfram starting Wednesday, May 31, for […]

Weekend Meteorologist Brad Maushart Leaving WKRC To Work ‘Normal People Hours’

Tommy House To Join WTGS Savannah As Chief Meteorologist

Meteorologist Dylan Federico Joins KDFW Dallas

KARK Chief Meteorologist Keith Monahan Retires After Suffering Minor Stroke

Meteorologist KC Sherman Joins WFOR Miami

WIVB Buffalo Meteorologist Todd Santos Signs Deal Giving Him Better Work-Life Balance

Meteorologist Kyle Dennis Says Goodbye To WSAV Savannah

KCAL Meteorologist Alissa Carlson Says Head Injury Caused Fainting Spell On Live TV

Keith Monahan, KARK Chief Meteorologist, Says He’s OK After Minor Stroke On-Air

Ginger Zee Surprises KVIA Meteorologist During Weekend Newscast

Meteorologist Phil Schwarz Retires From WLS After 28 Years

ABC News Adds Somara Theodore As Meteorologist

WCAU Meteorologist Steve Sosna Moving To WBAL Baltimore

Jackson Dill New Weekend Morning Meteorologist At WSVN Miami

Changing The Forecast For Black Women In TV Weather

For decades, broadcast meteorology has been dominated by White men — leaving out women, and particularly women of color. Of the hundreds of chief meteorologists at news stations across the country, few are Black women. Now, Black women are fighting to climb the ladder and claim top meteorology roles.

WBAL Baltimore Adds Meteorologist Dalencia Jenkins

Bomb Cyclone? Or Just Windy With A Chance Of Hyperbole?

When the barometer drops, the volume of “hyped words” rises, and many meteorologists aren’t happy about it.