WX 380 Advanced TV Weathercasting
This course builds on the student meteorologist's radio and television weather-casting abilities and introduces the additional skills required for entry-level employment in the fields of radio and television weather-casting. The student will develop techniques for live in-studio and remote reporting of severe weather events and natural disasters. Additionally, the student will gain valuable experience writing, preparing, and delivering scientific and environmental reports and acquiring techniques for remote broadcasting.

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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-Harthy, Elena Cordoneanu, Aboul Aziz Diop, Claire 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