Entertainment Studios Clears Two New Series

The weekly Storm of Suspicion and Weather Gone Viral have now been clear in 95% of the U.S. by television station groups including: Fox, Scripps, Nexstar, Meredith, Gray, Hearst, Cox and more.

The Allen Media Group division Entertainment Studios today announced national clearances in 95% of U.S. television markets for two of its original weekly series from The Weather Channel — Storm of Suspicion and Weather Gone Viral.

These two original weekly series from The Weather Channel now boast clearances with group-owned television stations including: Fox, Scripps, Nexstar, Allen Media Broadcasting, Meredith, Gray, CBS, Hearst, Cox Media Group, Sunbeam Television, Hubbard Broadcasting, Tegna, Scripps Media, Graham Media, Weigel, Nexstar Broadcasting, Quincy Broadcasting, Morgan Murphy Media, Marshall Broadcasting, Mission Broadcasting, Lockwood Broadcasting, Block Communication, Waypoint Media, Sarkes Tarzian, Manship Broadcasting, Vision Alaska, McKinnon Broadcasting and Morris Multimedia.

A weekly, hour-long series, Storm of Suspicion examines spellbinding events where weather played a central role in the solving or covering up of a crime and features expert investigators and forensic meteorologists.

The weekly hour-long series Weather Gone Viral features video of dangerous and extreme weather events shared online. In this a series, each one-hour episode showcases first-hand accounts of survivors who lived through these treacherous conditions.

“Weather is the No. 1 news driver for local television stations,” said Byron Allen, Founder/Chairman/CEO of Entertainment Studios/Allen Media Group. “Storm of Suspicion and Weather Gone Viral are two excellent series from one of the most trusted and respected brands in all of television, The Weather Channel. These shows are exceptionally compelling and appeal to all demographics. Our station partners realize the enormous value these series offer to complement their local weather coverage.”

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