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DTV dropped The Weather Channel. Pledge to switch providers now!

DTV has dropped The Weather Channel from its lineup. Tell DTV there's no substitute for The Weather Channel: Pledge to switch providers now. keeptheweatherchannel.com

Tell DIRECTV To Bring The Weather Channel Back!

Meteorologist Jim Cantore shows you how to take action to bring The Weather Channel back to DIRECTV. Visit keeptheweatherchannel.com now.

Don't Let DIRECTV Control the Weather!

For over 30 years, The Weather Channel has been the most trusted resource for disseminating timely information to help prepare and protect families across the nation against weather-related emergencies. But now DIRECTV is threatening to remove this critical life-saving community resource from 20 million households. We're working hard to reach an agreement with DIRECTV to keep The Weather Channel in its lineup. You can help! ...

Weather Channel, DirecTV in stormy relationship

Jim Cantore & Barry Parr on the dispute between TWC and DirecTV that led to TWC being blacked out in 20 million homes.

DTV Switch Affects Severe Weather Plan

The digital TV switch is happening on Friday, which means you may need to make a new plan in case of severe weather. kmbc.com/news/19719705/detail.html

The Weather Channel announces return to Verizon Fios

Alex Wilson and Mike Bettes announcing the news on Weather Underground. Starting this Monday (June 24) TWC will return to Verizon Fios lineups since the channel was dropped from the provider in March 2015. Video recorded with my WinTV-HVR-1955 tuner from Dish Network HD channel 214 at my parents' house. All rights go to The Weather Channel. No copyright infringement is intended.

Weather Channel Changes Name, Drops Channel, Expands B2B Business With Big Data Offering

The Weather Channel has dropped the word "Channel" from its name as part of a re-branding of the company beyond it's core cable and satellite offering, the New York Times reports. One of the big new growth areas is selling of data about weather to insurers and other corporate customers, says Curt Hecht, Chief Revenue Officer of the Weather Channel Companies, in this interview with Beet.TV We spoke with him last month in Chicago.

The Weather Channel TV Commercial- Aren't You Glad You Don't Have DirecTV (2014)

Here is a funny Weather Channel TV commercial that parodies DirecTV's "Get Rid Of Cable" TV ads, recorded off the HD TWC channel. I'm guessing this commercial was made to poke fun at the satellite TV provider for dropping the network last month. All rights go to The Weather Channel. No copyright infringement is intended.

DirecTV Drops The Weather Channel After Contract Dispute

DirecTV has pulled The Weather Channel from its lineup after the two companies failed to come to an agreement on monthly carriage fees.

Our Mission over 30 Years

The Weather Channel has been providing critical weather information for more than 30 years to the public. In order to provide the most accurate and valuable weather reports and programming and keep the public safe, The Weather Channel consistently makes significant investments in science, new technology and the industry's best meteorology team.

One of our youngest fans wants The Weather Channel back!

Thanks to Julie from the blog, Momspective, for sharing this video with us!

Bring Back TWC

Your voice matters. Let Verizon know you want them to #BringBackTWC. Visit wxch.nl/BringBackTWC for more information.

Live Shot Of Extreme Hurricanes

The Weather Channel Host Matt Sampson spoke with storm chaser Mike Seidel about some of his most memorable hurricane experiences.

How to Watch Local Channels Without Cable!

If you’re thinking about cutting the cord, your local ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC and PBS stations are probably among your must-have channels. The good news is that you can get those channels without a cable or satellite subscription. But the bad news is that unless you have an antenna, it's probably going to cost you. In today's video, I share the best ways to watch local channels without cable. Prefer a written version? I've got you covered here: ...