Metacast Customers in The World

This map shows the current spread of Metacast solutions.

Usually we deal with maps regarding weather on a day to day basis, but today I have a special: Here is a map that illustrate in which countries we currently have active Metacast customers. I’m happy to say that WeatherOne works in a truly global marketplace with the Metacast products and services that we offer.

Wherever you are we can help you with the weather!

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KBS using Metacast® in their weather content production

Key public service broadcaster of Korea – KBS – are using multiple seats of Metacast® licenses to produce weather content for TV, mobile and web.

Picture of the KBS Control Room for Weather Production

KBS are using multiple Metacast® seats in their Weather Production. In this picture you can see the Metacast® play-out and preparation interface on the four computer screens sitting on the desk.


Digital Signage Weather Presentation

Weather presented on a Samsung Digital Signage display in South Korea


You can see more of their daily production on the website (in korean) or using their smart phone app. Check it out at:

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Visit WeatherOne on stand 2.C11 at IBC 2013

Log on to www.ibc.org/registration and enter the following information to get your free ticket with 6 day travel pass, which you can pick up from Information Points onsite.

Company Name: WeatherOne
Stand Number: 2.C11
Customer Ticket Code: 4687

View of Amsterdam

See you in Amsterdam

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Visualizing tropical storms for broadcast

This is an example of how you could visualize an evolving weather story using Metacast® Borealis. This involves track data, model data, animating camera and symbols. Using these elements we can look at the past track, the current situation and look in detail on the forecast situation with both tracks and model data.

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SVT to use Metacast Borealis for weather presentations

Sveriges Television Logo

(Stockholm, Sweden and Oslo, Norway, January 2nd, 2013)Sveriges Television (SVT), the Swedish public service television company,  launches their regional weather programming today in partnership with WeatherOne of Norway after successfully launching new national shows in December 2012.

In 2012 SVT asked the leading providers of weather presentation systems to offer a solution to improve their weather content workflow for daily national and regional news programming. WeatherOne provided the best solution with its Metacast Borealis system and was selected to provide the new weather production system for SVT.

After on location preparation, installation and training by WeatherOne, SVT launched their new weather programming in December, 2012. Using Metacast to automate repetitive tasks releases resources that will be used to tell today’s unfolding weather story. Combined with a design overhaul, SVT starts the new year with the best tools available to give their viewers great weather programming.

Further Information
WeatherOne is a privately owned company with headquarters in Oslo, Norway. WeatherOne has provided the broadcast industry with award winning weather production tools and services since 1993. Its software and graphics systems are used by broadcasters and weather companies worldwide for the presentation of cutting edge weather, environmental and natural disaster reporting.

Karl Henrik Eggestad, Founder and Executive Director
WeatherOne, Oslo, Norway
Tel: +47 2279 7030
Email: eggestad@weatherone.tv
Web: www.weatherone.tv

Sveriges Television (SVT) is the Swedish public service television company with the widest range of programming of all TV companies in Sweden. Today SVT operates eight channels – seven national, SVT1, SVT2, SVT24, SVT B (a childrens´ channel) and together with UR, Kunskapskanalen, and one international, SVT World. SVT B and SVT24 share the same channel ID. SVT also operates two HD-channels: SVT1 HD and SVT2 HD.

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