PT Storm Chaser
Hearst Television, Oklahoma City, OK, United States
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A storm chaser conducts meteorological coverage of storms in the field. This information is vital for accurate weather forecasting and warnings.
- Collect video using station authorized equipment and report live on the air current conditions. Relay to station Meteorologists storm activity, with details such as the severity and direction of a storm from the ground.
- Monitor weather reports for expected severe conditions in the region.
- Take video of severe weather for on-air and digital viewing.
· There are no fixed working hours due to the unpredictability of weather patterns. When directed by station Meteorologist or News management you will report to assigned area for coverage.
About Hearst Television
Every career with Hearst Television is like a story. How it develops, where it takes you, the milestones you reach along the way – you’ve got a lot to look forward to as your unique career story unfolds.
Hearst Television, a subsidiary of Hearst, owns and operates local television and radio stations serving 26 media markets across 39 states reaching over 21 million U.S. television households. Through its partnership with nearly all of the major networks, Hearst Television distributes national content over nearly 70 video channels including programming from ABC, NBC, CBS, CW, MY Net, MeTV, This TV, Estrella and more.
Hearst Television is recognized as one of the industry's premier companies. It has been honored with numerous awards for distinguished journalism and industry innovation, including the Walter Cronkite Award for political journalism, the national Edward R. Murrow Award, the DuPont-Columbia Award and the George Foster Peabody Award.
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