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AccuWeather, with over 50 years of weather leadership, innovation and expertise, announces the groundbreaking 24/7 AccuWeather Network. Trusted "All Weather, All the Time" AccuWeather content with Superior Accuracy™ is now available on Verizon FiOS TV.
"We have coverage in virtually every other medium, and because of our expertise in digital technology, we created a channel with the look and feel of a digital device," AccuWeather Chief Executive Officer Barry Lee Myers said.
The network features national, regional and local weather updates provided in context, reporting on top weather news and applying it to peoples' lives with topics such as family, safety, lifestyle, health, travel, business and more.
— John Bonomo (@JohnBonomo) March 11, 2015
"We want our channel to be something you look at, get your weather and then go back to other programming," Myers said. "It's a way to use your TV, just as you might use your tablet or phone."
"AccuWeather has over 50 years of proven weather leadership and expertise, providing the most accurate forecasts and localized, personalized all-weather content viewers want, available only from AccuWeather, the world's trusted weather brand," Myers said. "I think you'll find our programming is crisp, sharp, clear and focused on weather all the time."
Viewers weighed in across social media about the network debut:
— diamondgirl28 (@diamondgirl1967) March 12, 2015
@AccuRayno Im watching the new AccuWeather channel on FIOS. It looks great.Hope to see you.
— Jeremy Schwartz (@Delpino1779) March 10, 2015
— Gordon Taylor (@CatskillWxGuy) March 11, 2015
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