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Television Broadcast Area

The television broadcast area is equipped with high-quality broadcast equipment including an HD camera, teleprompter, LCD preview monitors, professional lighting, green screen, and a NewTek TriCaster switcher. Students produce weather podcasts on a regular basis and the area hosts the spring broadcast class.


Radio Broadcast Room

The Texas A&M Broadcasting club is a way for students who have interest in broadcast meteorology to get involved with the department while gaining on air experience forecasting for the College Station area. Students who enjoy the broadcast aspect of meteorology volunteer their time once a week to learn more about this career option and utilize the equipment that the department has provided us to create weather hits, which go to the Texas A&M's Battalion website and 90.9 FM KAMU, a local radio station.


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