MONDAY, 4/30/2007

Ohio Valley Weathercaster Returns to Musicals
Marina JuricaLexington Herald-Leader - Former TV weathercaster Marina Jurica, coping with a chronic disease, throws out her master life plan to return to her first love: musical theater. She'll go back to a career in meteorology someday, but she'll do it without regrets. Click here for more.


Paducah Weather Anchor Leaves the Biz
Lew JettonLew Jetton's MySpace Page -'s been announced at work, so I might as well tell you...all my many friends..... At the end of the month, I'll be leaving WPSD-TV after 18 wonderful years. I've taken a Marketing Management position with the Paducah Area Transit System. By the way, I'll also be doing Meteorology Consulting for them. Click here and here for more.

Weather Channel to Celebrate 25 Years
The Weather ChannelYahoo - The 24-hour weather network, The Weather Channel, will celebrate its 25th anniversary on Wednesday, May 2, with two weeks of special programming beginning April 28. The all-weather network, which first went live on May 2, 1982, is owned by Landmark Communications. Frank Batten Sr., former Landmark chairman, launched the The Weather Channel from the National Cable TV Show in Las Vegas, stating "this was the start of something that will never end." Today, The Weather Channel reaches almost 93 million homes in the U.S. and 30 million unique users monthly on Click here for more.