Weather Channel Founder to Sue Al Gore over Global Warming

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Weather Channel Founder to Sue Al Gore over Global Warming

Postby semilaxed on Sun Jun 08, 2008 3:25 pm

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,337710,00.html

I heard this on the radio to other day and had to look it up. Surprisingly Fox News was the only major news network to mention it.
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Re: Weather Channel Founder to Sue Al Gore over Global Warmi

Postby somrandomguy on Sun Jun 08, 2008 4:59 pm

semilaxed wrote:http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,337710,00.html

I heard this on the radio to other day and had to look it up. Surprisingly Fox News was the only major news network to mention it.


Probably because the man is a nutjob.
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Postby KnoxVegas on Sun Jun 08, 2008 5:46 pm

Seriously? This needs to be in a court of law why exactly? Because he cannot get a debate?
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Postby laxfan25 on Sun Jun 08, 2008 8:25 pm

His extensive studies over the years have given him remarkable insight on the effects of the doubling of carbon dioxide concentration in the atmosphere...
He does have a good beat and is easy to dance to - I give him a 68.

Coleman started his career at WCIA (TV) in Champaign, Illinois, doing the early evening weathercast and a local bandstand show called At The Hop while he was a student at University of Illinois. After receiving his degree in 1957, he became the weather anchor for WCIA's sister station WMBD-TV in Peoria, Illinois. Coleman was also a weather anchor for KETV in Omaha, WISN-TV in Milwaukee and then WBBM-TV and WLS-TV in Chicago.

At WLS, Coleman was teamed with Fahey Flynn, Joel Daly and Bill Frink to form the Eyewitness News Team, creating a news brand name and establishing a highly successful new local news format dubbed "happy talk" by a local television columnist. This style of local news has been widely copied. The team dominated Chicago television news ratings for more than a decade. During his time at Chicago's WLS-TV, Coleman was one of Chicago's most popular weathercasters, famous for his amusing and irreverent style. It was then that Coleman became the original weathercaster on what was then the brand-new ABC network morning program, Good Morning America. He stayed seven years with this top-rated program anchored by David Hartman and Joan Lunden.

He then founded The Weather Channel, serving as its CEO and President during the startup and its first year of operation. After being forced out at TWC, Coleman became weather anchor at WCBS-TV in New York and then at WMAQ-TV in Chicago, before moving to Southern California to join the independent television station, KUSI-TV in San Diego, in what Coleman fondly calls, "his retirement job".
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