WX 280 Introduction to TV Weathercasting
This introductory course introduces the student to radio and television weather-casting with hands-on experience in developing a forecast, a format, and delivery techniques for both radio and television. Students will gain valuable on-camera experience as well as an introduction to the work requirements for broadcast meteorology.

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Articles

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Best Practices for Publicly Sharing Weather Information Via Social Media, Adopted by the AMS Council

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Guidelines on Weather Broadcasting and the Use of Radio for the Delivery of Weather Information, Gerald Fleming, Jon Gill, Samuel Muchemi, Ahmed H.M. Al-Harthey, Aboul Aziz Diop, Clair Martin, Edwin Lai, Johan Groth, Stephen Palmer, Tanja Cegnar, Haleh Kootval, and F. Decollogny

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Tips from the Board of Broadcast Meteorology for Gaining the Certified Broadcast Meteorologist (CBM) Designation

Books

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Eloquent Science : A Practical Guide to Becoming a Better Writer, Speaker, and Atmospheric Scientist, David M. Schultz

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English Communication for Scientists, Jean-luc Doumont Ph.D., Laura Grossenbacher, Christina Matta, and Jorge Cham

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Stand up, Speak out: The Practice and Ethics of Public Speaking

Book Chapters

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Speaking via Electronic Media, Anonymous Authors

Book Chapters - ERAU Access Only

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Accessible Oral Presentations, Constructing Effective Oral Presentations, Delivering Compelling Oral Presentations, David M. Schultz