Through The Weather Channel, weather.com, Weather Underground, Intellicast.com and third-party publishing partners, the company provides millions of people every day with the world's best weather forecasts, content and data, connecting with them through television, online, mobile and tablet screens. Through WSI and Weather Central, the company delivers superior professional weather services for the media, aviation, marine and energy sectors. The Weather Company is owned by a consortium made up of NBC Universal and the private equity firms The Blackstone Group and Bain Capital.
Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
NBC Universal
HQ
Atlanta, US
Founded
1982
The Weather Channel was founded in 1982 and is headquartered in Atlanta, US
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Key People/Management at The Weather Channel

George Callard

George Callard

EVP and General Counsel and Head of Government Affairs
David Clark

David Clark

President, TV Division
Cameron Clayton

Cameron Clayton

President, Product & Technology
Mark Gildersleeve

Mark Gildersleeve

President, Professional Division

The Weather Channel Office Locations

The Weather Channel has offices in New York, Atlanta, London, Chicago and in 1 other location
Atlanta, US (HQ)
300 Interstate North Pkwy SE Ste 300
New York, US
6, 1177 6th Ave
London, GB
48 Warwick Street
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The Weather Channel Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

1982
The Weather Channel is a subsidiary of NBC Universal
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The Weather Channel Online and Social Media Presence

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The Weather Channel News and Updates

The Weather Channel Broadcasts ‘Immersive Tornado’

ATLANTA—The Weather Channel viewers this morning experienced the effects of a tornado in a new immersive environment via the network’s new “Immersive Mixed Reality” technology. Courtesy of The Weather Channel For several hours, on-camera meteorologist Jim Cantore narrated the evolution of a virtual …

The Weather Channel wants you to know there's a more pressing issue than the weather right now

The Weather Channel has a message for Americans: Puerto Rico is still in crisis.  The popular website of the IBM-owned company on Friday used its entire front page to remind visitors that the situation in Puerto Rico remains dire, exactly one month after Category 4 Hurricane Maria struck the islan…
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