Seal of Approval Program for Radio and Television

Seal of Approval Program for Radio and Television Seal of Approval Program for Radio and Television study in the atmospheric, oceanic, or related hydrologic The program as of 19911 sciences from an accredited institution of higher learn- ing. At least 8 of the 12 semester hours, with a minimum of two credits in each of three of the following five areas The goal of the Seal of Approval program is to continuously is required: upgrade radio and television weather programs. Since the weathercaster is the primary representative of the meteoro- logical profession to the public, we, as meteorologists, have 1. atmospheric or oceanographic dynamics; a responsibility in helping recognize those who are compe- 2. atmospheric or oceanographic thermodynamics; tent. The Board of Broadcast Meteorology was formed by 3. physical meteorology or oceanography; the Council in 1957 to establish criteria for the evaluation of 4. synoptic meteorology (or weather systems) or weathercasters and to conduct the evaluation procedure. synoptic oceanography; The growth of television and radio has been accompanied by an increasing impact on the public; therefore, the need 5. hydrology. for professional weathercasting and its recognition by the AMS have been quite apparent. Evaluation procedures The core courses must include basic processes rel- were established and the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

Seal of Approval Program for Radio and Television

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American Meteorological Society
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Copyright © American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-72.8.1241
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Seal of Approval Program for Radio and Television study in the atmospheric, oceanic, or related hydrologic The program as of 19911 sciences from an accredited institution of higher learn- ing. At least 8 of the 12 semester hours, with a minimum of two credits in each of three of the following five areas The goal of the Seal of Approval program is to continuously is required: upgrade radio and television weather programs. Since the weathercaster is the primary representative of the meteoro- logical profession to the public, we, as meteorologists, have 1. atmospheric or oceanographic dynamics; a responsibility in helping recognize those who are compe- 2. atmospheric or oceanographic thermodynamics; tent. The Board of Broadcast Meteorology was formed by 3. physical meteorology or oceanography; the Council in 1957 to establish criteria for the evaluation of 4. synoptic meteorology (or weather systems) or weathercasters and to conduct the evaluation procedure. synoptic oceanography; The growth of television and radio has been accompanied by an increasing impact on the public; therefore, the need 5. hydrology. for professional weathercasting and its recognition by the AMS have been quite apparent. Evaluation procedures The core courses must include basic processes rel- were established and the

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Aug 1, 1991

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