AccuWeather to Debut New StormDirector+ Weather System

At the 2016 NAB Show AccuWeather, a provider of weather information and digital media, will demonstrate its new StormDirector+ weather system that provides interactive and completely customizable weather presentations for television stations worldwide.

AccuWeather's StormDirector+ allows users to quickly and easily create customized local weather forecasts using mapping with radar, satellite, severe weather watches and warnings, model data, health indices, hourly and extended forecasts and more.

Seamlessly integrated with Baron's radar and severe weather products for breaking storm coverage, weather alerts, and updates, StormDirector+ offers broadcasters the next level of real-time storm tracking and weather graphics to best inform, attract, and engage viewers.

AccuWeather’s Audience Building Partnership stations can also take advantage of the company’s patented MinuteCast, a minute-by-minute hyper-local precipitation forecast for an exact street or GPS location, which is part of StormDirector+.

Available as a stand-alone turnkey weather system, StormDirector+ is also fully compatible with the company’s StoryTeller Interactive Touchscreen Solution, providing an interactive touchscreen solution for all types of local newscast presentations. TV stations can use StormDirector+ within StoryTeller by AccuWeather to cover breaking news, live polling, social media, elections, traffic, and much more.

AccuWeather provides hourly and minute by minute forecasts with Superior Accuracy with customized content and engaging video presentations available on smart phones, tablets, free wired and mobile Internet sites, connected TVs, and Internet appliances, as well as via radio, television, and newspapers. 

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