Univision’s Noticias 23 Launches Cutting Edge Weather System
Miami, FL — Univison’s Noticias 23 announced today that it has launched RadaVision, a new technologically advanced weather system that is revolutionizing television’s approach to weather forecasting and reporting. The new, real-time weather technology from Weather Central allows meteorologists to turn scientific weather information into compelling weather stories— in real-time.
In a market like South Florida, where weather is often the lead story, RadarVision provides an effortless way to bring together all the necessary elements to tell the story.
RadaVision’s advanced meteorological analysis tools include the MetLineTM meteorological workstation, with unmatched analysis and display capabilities. MetLine is seamlessly integrated into the newscast providing the meteorologist with a gateway to reliable data products from Weather Central. Weather Central connects the forecaster with the largest and widest arsenal of quality controlled weather data products available, including such instruments as composite radar, single-site radar, satellite, DIFAX charts, model data, and lightning data.
The system brings weather forecasts to life with incredibly realistic weather graphics and animations. It automatically blends the skyline with the appropriate weather conditions to create full-motion weather animations, allowing viewers to see tomorrow’s forecast. In addition to precipitation and sky conditions, RadarVision creates a future time-lapsed animation by merging the appropriate time-of-day lighting and weather conditions on your local scene. These true-to-life forecast animations can also include full-motion bodies of water. “RadarVision is the newest innovation in forecast visualization,” states Helga Silva, News Director, Noticias 23 WLTV-Miami. “We are thrilled to be the only local newscast to be able to bring this cutting-edge technology to our viewers.”
Univision Communications Inc. is the premier Spanish-language media company in the United States. Its operations include Univision Network, the most-watched Spanish-language broadcast television network in the U.S. reaching 98% of U.S. Hispanic Households; TeleFutura Network, a general-interest Spanish-language broadcast television network, which was launched in 2002 and now reaches 80% of U.S. Hispanic Households; Univision Television Group, which owns and operates 24 Univision Network television stations and 1 non-Univision television station; TeleFutura Television Group, which owns and operates 31 TeleFutura Network television stations; Galavisión, the country’s leading Spanish-language cable network; Univision Radio, the leading Spanish-language radio group which owns and/or operates 68 radio stations in 17 of the top 25 U.S. Hispanic markets and 4 stations in Puerto Rico; Univision Music Group, which includes Univision Records, Fonovisa Records, and a 50% interest in Mexico-based Disa Records labels as well as Fonomusic and America Musical Publishing companies; and Univision Online, the premier Spanish-language Internet destination in the U.S. located at www.univision.com. Univision Communications also has a 50% interest in TuTv, a joint venture formed to broadcast Televisa’s pay television channels in the U.S., and a non-voting 27% interest in Entravision Communications Corporation, a public Spanish-language media company. Univision Communications is headquartered in Los Angeles with television network operations in Miami and television and radio stations and sales offices in major cities throughout the United States.
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Michele Marie Vescovacci