Washington Post names EnvisionVirtualServices meteorologist to tops list
Envision Networks® proudly shares that one of their own was named as a top TV meteorologist in the country by respected news publication The Washington Post. The publication recently named Kevin Williams as “one of the coolest meteorologists in the country.” Kevin has been providing EnvisionVirtualServices Weather Reports for radio affiliates since 2014. The remote weather service provides accurate, local, and up-to-the-minute custom forecasts for radio stations throughout the United States from an expert team of meteorologists.
The Washington Post named seven meteorologists to their list, calling out Williams for being “an expert on all things snow.” Not many meteorologists are known for getting their own snow machine and creating a 15-foot high artificial snow tower in the backyard before winter arrived. Williams, who founded his own consulting firm, Weather-Track Inc., did and became the talk of his neighborhood. Access the Washington Post article to see more about Kevin’s recognition.
EnvisionVirtualServices offers complete locally-derived news and weather solutions for radio stations 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, on a barter basis. With the weather component of EnvisionVirtualServices, radio stations receive up to five daily forecasts each weekday and 24-hour on-call severe weather coverage. Our team of meteorologists is ready to spring into action whenever inclement weather hits. With a state-of-the-art network fully equipped with power backups and cloud computing technology, we provide uninterrupted delivery of the weather when listeners need it most.
EnvisionVirtualServices Weather Reports fits a wide variety of formats including AC, Classic Hits, Country, Adult Hits, News/Talk and Sports stations. The meteorologists easily lend themselves to customized event-related forecasts for local community, sporting or station events. To further suit your station’s needs, our weather packages include weekend reports, multiple station customizations, and weather related disaster coverage.
Visit envisionnetworks.com to hear demos from our team of experienced meteorologists. Contact Dave Hintz at mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org or 216-831-3761 for more information about EnvisionVirtualServices.