Tuesday, May 18, 2010

HD Ready

We are on the road to High Definition weather. You will see a huge difference the the way weather is brought to your home as we launch WHO-HD tomorrow.

The weather department is going to be a big part of the HD presentation. The maps are going to be clearer than any other station in the state.

This project has cost millions and will be worth the wait when you see the side-by-side display of WHO-HD and all other stations still using the old cameras and control rooms that were built for the last generation of TV broadcast.

There are other updates to the web page on www.whotv.com/weather

A new interactive radar display is now just below the Mega Doppler on the weather page. You can manipulate the radar like a google map and see the radar, satellite, temperatures, lightning, severe weather watches and warnings. It is available for your neighborhood, city, county, state and country.

We are proud to be a part of the new generation of broadcast. It is our job and honor to bring you the best weather coverage in the state. We are here to keep you and your family safe.

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