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  1. It was inevitable, another one of WGN’s old guard is calling it quits… and this time it’s the king of Chicago weather. Tom Skilling has announced that he will retire as WGN’s chief meteorologist next year, after 45 years with the station. His last day will be February 28, 2024.
  2. Since we were talking about the CBS Owned Stations using "First Alert Weather" for their stations. I thought I would ask what are the worst and best TV Weather Branding Slogans are. Here is my picks Best : Severe Weather Team (Channel Number) [Some Cox Stations] Weather Watch 4 (WTAE -TV [00s]) Triple Doppler Radar (WTKR-TV [Late 90s-00s]) 13 News Weather Lab (WVEC -TV [Early/Mid 00s]) StormRanger (NBC O&Os) Worst: Code Red Weather (Sinclair Stations) Impact Days (Hearst Stations) Doppler 2 Million (WCBS -TV [Middle 00s])
  3. WGN Chicago's streaming afternoon products are starting to branch out. The originally-scheduled 1 (English), 2 (Spanish), and 3pm (co-anchored) WGN News Now webcasts are seeing occasional pre-emptions for things like long-form coverage (court cases, etc.), and a Monday Chicago Bears recap. New today, in place of the 3pm stream, is Watching Winter Live. Hosted today by anchor Chip Brewster, he was joined by WGN meteorologists Demetrius Ivory, and longtime weather producer Bill Snyder. Now, why am I including Nexstar in the title? Well, their intention is to have meteorologists from any and all Nexstar stations participate in this weekly roundtable/Q&A, depending on what's in the weather headlines and such, so don't be surprised if this pops up on your local Nexstar streaming outlets in the coming weeks. Does this turn into something more, over time? I do not know, but in the meantime, here's the first show. I timed the video to the final seconds before the stream begins, but feel free to enjoy the nearly 4 minutes of the Chicago's Very Own theme that leads off the video.
  4. From the album: WTMJ-TV

    Usually only seen on the scoreboard at Miller Park.
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