The Fox News Weather Channel
Welcome to “The Fox News Weather Channel”! You may have heard us speak on this channel or listened to us broadcast on radio, television or print. You can even get an RSS feed for us while you are at work or on the road.
We are a new media organization that presents a comprehensive weather broadcast that includes traffic accident information, hurricane forecasts, and flooding in the news. We have been featured in major news organizations, such as Associated Press, Newsday, Newsweek, The Christian Science Monitor. We have been featured on The O’Reilly Factor on Fox News, Fox News Channel and Fox News Live. The Fox News Weather Channel was founded in 2003.
Our Web site: foxnewsweather.
(WUAM) This is the “WUAM Morning Weather Report” which features information from our meteorologists, traffic accidents, hurricanes and floods, and other weather information from different stations around the country. We also include some video from local news stations and television programs.
Fox News Weather is distributed on-line at www. foxnewsweather. com and can be accessed 24/7 via their web site. We do not have the capability to broadcast the entire Fox News Weather Channel on-line, although we have an Internet connection on the satellite network. We are a new media company that relies on contributions. If you do not have a news-source subscription, please donate a small amount to help us keep our web site free and independent.
The Fox News Weather Channel is not licensed by the Federal Communications Commission and does not violate any FCC rules or laws.
The Bubble in Fox News
If the Fox News bubble looks like a bubble, we are witnessing an enormous bubble. We are witnessing, in real time, the growth of a news network that is increasingly dominated by right-wing ideology. The Fox News bubble seems to have popped and the bubble has burst.
This is a remarkable moment of reckoning. And it is all the more remarkable because the media have largely contributed to the bubble even as they have managed to prevent its bursting. In fact, Fox and other conservative media are helping a right-wing news network with its agenda.
Right-wing media have long been in opposition to the liberal media, especially when it comes to the media’s criticism of George W. Bush and the Republican Party. Fox News and other conservative media outlets are helping to push the propaganda agenda of the conservative right-wing agenda against the liberal media establishment.
The bubble in the conservative media can be seen as a bubble in the Washington press corps as well. As a result, the liberal media establishment has been able to hold on to power, but the people of the United States have been left without any alternative news outlets except the conservative news networks.
And so it has become a very unusual sight to see the liberal media establishment as a whole being unable to maintain power during these last few years.
The Fox News bubble is an outgrowth of the news network’s own efforts to take over its owner, Rupert Murdoch, who in 2008 founded News Corporation and began to operate News Corp. , now Murdoch’s media conglomerate. By 2012, Fox News was able to make up half of the news network’s market share. Fox News and Fox News senior vice president Roger Ailes even have a joint biography that begins (right off the page) with an emphasis on “conservative conservative.
The fact of the matter is that it wasn’t the Democrats or the Republicans who created the bubble. The bubble is the result of a media decision taken by conservative media owners Fox, Fox News, and Rupert Murdoch, who are using the media as a tool to advance their agenda, which is to take over political news and propaganda outlets.
In other words, the media is more like a dictatorship than a free society for people.
Climate change and Fox News
It’s amazing what they do on Fox News, you just never know. A study in October found that climate change could kill 40 million people or more. In a special report last month, FOX News co-produced a TV ad for the Heartland Institute, that cites an article in the Journal of Geophysical Research finding the earth warming up at an alarming rate.
What does any of that have to do with Fox News, you might ask? Well, Climate Central’s “Climate Change and Fox News” is a series of articles covering how climate change is being suppressed by Fox News and its fellow travelers.
A key component of the Fox strategy is the claim that the Earth is getting warmer. We disagree with this claim in a number of ways, but here is some of the key ones: The observed warming trend is very weak and inconsistent with a warming trend over many years. The warming trend has occurred primarily and predominantly within the last century. The warming has coincided with a period of very high atmospheric CO2 concentrations. These facts negate the claim that CO2 causes warming. The claim of a warming trend over many decades has been rejected by the scientific community. The IPCC, an internationally recognized organization, has concluded that the evidence is insufficient to support the claim that human influence is the primary cause of the observed warming trend.
The “Climate Change and Fox News” articles focus both on Fox News and its influence on science, and on the Heartland Institute.
Climate change is a serious issue. The Heartland Institute opposes it, and we oppose all forms of government action that prevent or interfere with the science that demonstrates what is happening and why.
Why do Fox News get into weather?
In the past, climate change had mostly been an occasional oddity on Fox News – a meteorology or science-based hoax or conspiracy theory – but not this week. For the past week and a half, all Fox News has focused on climate is a bizarre scheme which was hatched by Fox News Chairman and CEO Rupert Murdoch and has nothing to do with climate.
Climate, for those outside of the Republican establishment, has become a mainstay on the Fox News channel, which hosts a steady stream of climate-themed programming that includes Fox News’ climate specialist Greta Thunberg and a host of other anti-climate deniers.
Fox News has made climate a front-and-center topic of its climate coverage, but in a significant departure from its meteorological fare, which has mostly focused on the weather and the occasional hurricane. In fact, one would be hard pressed to name a current Fox News program or segment that doesn’t include climate-related topics.
This doesn’t just happen with Fox News, but it’s happened with all the liberal networks to the far left; MSNBC, Al-Jazeera, The Intercept, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, and many other outlets.
This isn’t to say that Fox News is “anti-science” or “anti-science news,” or that Fox News is simply a bunch of “fair and balanced” or “balanced” outlets like The New York Times and The Washington Post, since they are also mainstream newspapers and television news programs that have been criticized for climate denial. In fact, that’s exactly what Fox News has become.
The problem with climate science is not simply that it’s a conspiracy theory or a hoax. It is that climate change isn’t real, and the theory of human-caused global warming is a huge scam designed to distract us from our own problems.