KPHI TV Station Management is sending out a nationwide call for broadcast applicants to participate in the 2018 Probabilistic Hazard Information project in NOAA’s Hazardous Weather Testbed. We need 2 broadcasters each week of our 3-week project. The application closes April 6, 2018. See our invitation letter, Recruitment page, and SampleSchedule for more information.
We’re always making technological strides here at KPHI TV! This year we’ve upgraded to a green screen setup, including lights, camera and lapel microphones. Different from past years, we’ll be recruiting two broadcast meteorologists per week (versus one). The two meteorologists will work in tandem in this new studio space to cover hazardous weather events using NSSL’s experimental PHI product in a research environment.
Welcome to KPHI TV, the fictitious news station affiliated with Probabilistic Hazard Information (PHI) project in NOAA’s Hazardous Weather Testbed.
You’ll notice our OWL Logo prominently displayed. Many people ask “Why is an owl your logo?” Well, KPHI TV is located within the Oklahoma Weather Lab (OWL) in the National Weather Center in Norman, Oklahoma. The colorful plumage of our OWL logo is comprised of PHI…the plumes which are the core of our experiment and the future of the National Weather Service severe weather warning paradigm. PHI is part of NSSL’s overall FACETS initiative. Learn more about FACETS here: