The Weather Channel

Through The Weather Channel,, Weather Underground, 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.
Parent Company
NBC Universal
Atlanta, US
The Weather Channel was founded in 1982 and is headquartered in Atlanta, US

Key People 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 Atlanta, New York, London, Chicago and in 1 other location
Atlanta, US (HQ)
300 Interstate North Pkwy SE Ste 300
London, GB
48 Warwick Street
New York, US
6, 1177 6th Ave

The Weather Channel Data and Metrics

The Weather Channel Summary

Founding Date

The Weather Channel is a subsidiary of NBC Universal

The Weather Channel Median Salaries

Source: 55 public H-1B filings from The Weather Channel

Traffic Overview of The Weather Channel

The Weather Channel Online and Social Media Presence

The Weather Channel News and Updates

This revolting video of a spurting clam is going viral

In an article adroitly headlined "F*cked Up Video of a Clam," Kelly Faircloth of Jezebel introduced the Twitterverse to an unnerving video of a geoduck wriggling its way into a mound of sand. The video, originally posted to Facebook by Oregon fly-fishing guide Kate Taylor …

Newscaster's big sleepy yawn interrupts local weather report

The news never stops, which begs the question: Do newscasters ever get a moment of peace to rest? Apparently not. KSCH12 News reporter and journalist Deedee Sun was tired while reporting out in the field, and thought the weather report was a safe time to express her exhaustion. Unfortunately, ju…

11-year-old wows the internet after Make-A-Wish lands him on The Weather Channel

11-year-old Ryland from New Jersey has a rare genetic disorder, one that's potentially life threatening. More important, though, is his love of meteorology.   Ryland's weather dreams came true this week, with the help of the Make-A-Wish Foundation. An aspiring meteorologist, Ryland was given the…

The Weather Channel now lets you request a Lyft when bad weather strikes

Lyft is adding The Weather Channel to its growing list of third-party app integrations. You can now request a ride through the weather app, but initially only if you’re using a Samsung device. This integration syncs your calendar with the forecasts based on where you are to help make an informed dec…

Three tornado chasers were killed Tuesday night, raising new safety questions

Chasing tornadoes is not exactly a low-risk activity, between the hazards the atmosphere can throw at you and the challenge of driving while keeping an eye on the sky.  However, until recently, there had never been a recorded death of a tornado chaser, despite the activity's increasing popularit…

Storyhunter raises $1.3 million for global talent market for video journalists

Storyhunter has raised $1.3 million to a global marketplace to match video journalists with news organizations and brands. New York-based Storyhunter has created a talent marketplace that is already being used by 20,000 video producers and journalists in 180 countries. The company has now raised $4.…
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The Weather Channel Company Life and Culture

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