AccuWeather TV Network now broadcasts weather information 24/7 into the Triad from the studio and in the field, Spectrum announced Tuesday.
The network is available on channel 198 at no additional cost to customers who have Spectrum TV Select and higher video levels. It provides local, regional and national weather news and information.
Spectrum offers AccuWeather’s national weather feed with regionalized weather data for its Triad customers.
“AccuWeather’s programs are 100% weather driven, and the combination of the network’s national forecasts and reliable local weather reports aligns directly with our goal of providing programming that meets the interests of our customers and communities. we serve,” said Tom Montemagno, senior executive. vice president of programming acquisition for Charter Communications Inc., which operates the Spectrum brand of television, Internet, mobile and voice services.
AccuWeather is based in State College, Pennsylvania, and serves more than 1.5 billion people daily through the AccuWeather Network channel, digital media properties including accuweather.com and mobile, as well as radio, television and newspapers, out-of-home digital, and thousands of third-party websites.
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