seal of approval program for radio and television weathercasting

seal of approval program for radio and television weathercasting The program as of 19901 propriate application fee. The fee for television is $150 for members and $360 for nonmembers, in- The goal of the Seal of Approval program is to continuously cluding the Bulletin of the AMS . The fee for radio is upgrade radio and television weather programs. Since the $100 for members and $260 for nonmembers, in- weathercaster is the primary representative of the meteor- cluding the Bulletin of the AMS . ological profession to the public, we, as meteorologists, have a responsibility in helping recognize those who are C. The Secretary-Treasurer then forwards the application competent. to the Chairperson of the Board of Broadcast Mete- The Board of Broadcast Meteorology was formed by the orology. Council in 1957 to establish criteria for the evaluation of II. Selection of Evaluating Committee weathercasters and to conduct the evaluation procedure. The growth of television and radio has been accompanied A . The Board Chairperson will select five members of by an increasing impact on the public; therefore, the need the Board wh o will constitute the reviewing panel for for professional weathercasting and its recognition by the that applicant. Each member of the panel shall certify AM S http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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The program as of 19901 propriate application fee. The fee for television is $150 for members and $360 for nonmembers, in- The goal of the Seal of Approval program is to continuously cluding the Bulletin of the AMS . The fee for radio is upgrade radio and television weather programs. Since the $100 for members and $260 for nonmembers, in- weathercaster is the primary representative of the meteor- cluding the Bulletin of the AMS . ological profession to the public, we, as meteorologists, have a responsibility in helping recognize those who are C. The Secretary-Treasurer then forwards the application competent. to the Chairperson of the Board of Broadcast Mete- The Board of Broadcast Meteorology was formed by the orology. Council in 1957 to establish criteria for the evaluation of II. Selection of Evaluating Committee weathercasters and to conduct the evaluation procedure. The growth of television and radio has been accompanied A . The Board Chairperson will select five members of by an increasing impact on the public; therefore, the need the Board wh o will constitute the reviewing panel for for professional weathercasting and its recognition by the that applicant. Each member of the panel shall certify AM S

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Published: Aug 1, 1990

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