Author Archives: Kevin Selle

About Kevin Selle

Chief Meteorologist, KFDX-TV. Co-host, WeatherBrains.

Beaten By A Phone

I had a chance to visit with a group of news executives the other day and shared this story. I know the man (I was not being flippant, just joking around). He is likely in his 60s, almost unquestionably grew … Continue reading

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Hipper Socks

If you are old enough, you will remember that Pat Sajak, of Wheel of Fortune fame, once had a late-night talk show. The program started with good ratings but quickly faded and was canceled after less than a year and … Continue reading

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What good will that do?

I wanted to share two tales of RadarScope. Both are very important. Some weeks ago someone, admittedly afraid of storms, asked me how to stay informed and safe in her home. We spent a few minutes downloading and training on … Continue reading

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Anatomy of a Weather Tweet

As we head into spring severe weather season, a review of best social media practices is warranted. With a great many “experts” and “consultants” offering best-practices it seems a good time to analyze what makes an effective tweet. Let’s take … Continue reading

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Humming

We all have reasons and influences that affect the graphics we put out. I tend to be a minimalist. An image is only on TV for a few minutes, giving a viewer very little time to process something that you … Continue reading

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Trolls and the Spotlight

Why are we doing this?   Internet troll has a Wikipedia page: “…a person who sows discord on the Internet by starting arguments or upsetting people, by posting inflammatory…” Trolls live under bridges, in the darkness. Leave them there without … Continue reading

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The Creepy Factor…Creeping

A couple years ago I was lucky to be part of a small gathering put together by an executive at Google. Google Plus was in full swing at the time and the conversation was wide ranging, including The Creepy Factor, … Continue reading

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