Presentation on theme: "TV Meteorologists What They Do All Day, What They Get Paid."— Presentation transcript:
TV Meteorologists What They Do All Day, What They Get Paid
Sometimes We’re Tour Guides
We Track All Kinds ofNatural Disasters
We Track The Time Oregon has Left!
We Visit Schools
We Track What People Do Because Of Weather
We Are Trouble!
The Sussman Daily Routine Build Graphics For Promos “Coming Up Tonight at 5”
The Sussman Daily Routine Build Graphics For Promos “Coming Up Tonight at 5 Finish Going Over The Latest Models
The Sussman Daily Routine Build Graphics For Promos “Coming Up Tonight at 5 Finish Going Over The Latest Models Record or Do Live Radio Hits For AM 860 KPAM (our radio partner) Crank out a 7 day forecast for the Tribune & Pamplim Papers
The Sussman Daily Routine Routine Brief The Afternoon Story Meeting Build Daily Graphics, Update 7Day, Check For Weather Video 4pm-Help Brian Miskimins with his graphics since he’s doing traffic, too Facebook post, Tweet, koin.com update 5-6:30pm - Do The Weather
TV Mets: Pay, Benefits, Satisfaction Based on a survey by wxsurvey.com - Run by a TV Meteorologist who started taking surveys in 2004
About The Survey There Are 235 television markets in the U.S., this survey covered markets
About The Survey Seattle - Market #12 Portland - Market #22 Spokane - Market #73
Job Satisfaction 72% of TV Mets in the survey say they are mostly or very satisfied with their current job
Average Chief Meteorologist Pay Yakima Sized Markets: $30,000 Spokane Sized Markets: $50,000 Portland Sized Markets: $150,000 Seattle Sized Markets: $267,000 This includes markets from across the U.S. - so don’t draw too much from this!
AM/Noon Meteorologist Pay Yakima Sized Markets: $25,000 Spokane Sized Markets: $40,000 Portland Sized Markets: $85,000 Seattle Sized Markets: $105,000 Again...this is just a rough estimate
Finally... If something goes wrong, always blame the local TV weather person you like to watch.