For the first time, The Weather Channel is getting directly involved in a political campaign – and some see it clearly as a move away from its mission.
BYRON ALLEN’S WEATHER CHANNEL TO HOST SPECIAL ON CLIMATE CHANGE’S IMPACT ON BLACK COMMUNITIES WITH PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES
The Weather Channel will host a climate change discussion with the 2020 presidential candidates next month that explores its impact on communities of color.
Blackstone Group Inc. Chairman Stephen Schwarzman will host a fundraiser with Utah’s Mitt Romney on Thursday to back Senate Republicans, according to people familiar with his plans.
The Weather Channel is airing one-hour special 2020: Race to Save the Planet on Thursday, November 7, featuring conversations with the network’s meteorologists and nine Democratic and Republican presidential candidates on climate change.
With about 13 months to go until the 2020 presidential election, much of the media’s attention is directed to the ongoing Democratic Party primary and President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign ads and rallies.