There are meteorologists across the country (and not just on TV) who love to blow things out of proportion. Fear sells. A quick scan through Facebook during a hurricane shines a spotlight on it pretty quickly.
Lessons Learned in TV Weather: #7 PLAYING NICE IN THE SANDBOX
In order to work in one career (and one workplace) for many years, you have to get along with all kinds of people.
Lessons Learned in TV Weather: #8 EVERYONE LOVES WEATHER
I never noticed how much people “small talk” about weather until I became a meteorologist.
Lessons Learned in TV Weather: #9 SO MANY CHANGES
Technological advancements completely changed the way I did my job from 1995 to 2020.
Lessons Learned in TV Weather: #10 GETTING PAID TO LIE
“It must be nice to have a job where you get paid to lie!” – I have lost count of the number of times I’ve heard that “joke.”
Lessons Learned in TV Weather: #11 DREAM JOBS & MARKET SIZE
When I first started out in TV my goal was to get a job in Chicago but what I quickly learned was you couldn’t get a job straight out of college in such a huge city.
Lessons Learned in TV Weather: #12 HURRICANES
Working through a hurricane is much different than just living through a hurricane.
Lessons Learned in TV Weather: #13 SCRIPTS AND AD-LIBBING and #14 SCHEDULES
Did you know that most TV weather anchors do NOT read from a script? Also, there is no such thing as a “normal” schedule in TV news.
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