seal of approval program for radio and television

seal of approval program for radio and television seal of approval program for radio and television THE PROGRAM AS OF 19961 Applications will be accepted only from full Members of the AMS or those non-Members who meet all quali- The goal of the Seal of Approval program is to continu- fications for full Member as defined in the Constitu- ously upgrade radio and television weather programs. Since tion of the Society (see also Section VI.E). the weathercaster is the primary representative of the me- Members admitted under Article III, Section 4.B of teorological profession to the public, we, as meteorologists, the Constitution will also need at least 12 semester have a responsibility to help recognize those who are com- hours of study in the atmospheric, oceanic, or related petent. The Board of Broadcast Meteorology was formed hydrologic sciences from an accredited institution of by the Council in 1957 to establish criteria for the evalua- higher learning. At least 8 of the 12 semester hours, tion of weathercasters and to conduct the evaluation pro- with a minimum of two credits in each of three of the cedure. The growth of television and radio has been accom- following five areas, is required: panied by an increasing impact on the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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seal of approval program for radio and television THE PROGRAM AS OF 19961 Applications will be accepted only from full Members of the AMS or those non-Members who meet all quali- The goal of the Seal of Approval program is to continu- fications for full Member as defined in the Constitu- ously upgrade radio and television weather programs. Since tion of the Society (see also Section VI.E). the weathercaster is the primary representative of the me- Members admitted under Article III, Section 4.B of teorological profession to the public, we, as meteorologists, the Constitution will also need at least 12 semester have a responsibility to help recognize those who are com- hours of study in the atmospheric, oceanic, or related petent. The Board of Broadcast Meteorology was formed hydrologic sciences from an accredited institution of by the Council in 1957 to establish criteria for the evalua- higher learning. At least 8 of the 12 semester hours, tion of weathercasters and to conduct the evaluation pro- with a minimum of two credits in each of three of the cedure. The growth of television and radio has been accom- following five areas, is required: panied by an increasing impact on the

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