Jim has met Tamara at the TWC while working together and the couple has got married in the same year, but after few year of togetherness, they had filed a divorce.
Sadly Tamara has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease after divorce.
The point of a weather channel is to present weather.
If there’s not enough demand for weather, shut it down.
On Monday afternoon, October 29, 2012, Jim Cantore, the 49-year-old stormchaser from the Weather Channel, stands on the esplanade in Robert F. Park, near Manhattan’s Battery Park City, while his camera team establishes a shot with New York Harbor and the Statue of Liberty framed patriotically in the background. CNN and some other news crews have set up nearby, preparing for the hell that’s about to break loose.
A hundred miles or so out in the Atlantic, the eponymous “Frankenstorm,” the “Nor’easter-cane,” the “Hurriween”—a.k.a.
The average time viewers spent with the program in December was 32 minutes, up 3% from a year ago, according to Weather Channel data..
It’s a less remote scenario for The Weather Channel than CNBC and MSNBC because weather can be predicted so the channel’s brain trust will have some warning that they might need to put resources on the air at a time they’re in tape.“You want to respect the core viewers, but let’s invite new viewers into the tent.” That’s an old motivation for profit-hunting cable networks, who know the key to success is grabbing casual viewers and holding them.The same forces compelled MTV to move away from music videos two decades ago, and has transformed History into more than a place for musty war movies.The duo will be joined by meteorologist Jennifer Delgado, who Clark said arrives with “a big personality” and the ability to hold her own with the others.“AMHQ” has been keeping viewers longer than programming that was previously in its time slot.