Weather and Media
VOL 2018 Issue 2-3
For a modest fee, Weather Channel will insert your vocalization of “Weep-Wow-Wowwww,” the name of the nor’easter scheduled to alarm and disrupt millions of Americans Monday and Tuesday, into its alarming and disruptive reports. Whenever a live or recorded Weather Channel meteorologist or fearmonger utters the nasty winter storm’s trademarked name, Weep-Wow-Wowwww, Weather Channel technology will seamlessly overdub an audio file of the purchaser’s pronunciation. “It’s a unique way to add your voice to the hysteria,” said Weather Channel Advertising Director and Sound Engineer Hugo Muchomas. With Weep-Wow-Wowwww expected to dump a devastating 2-3” of snow during the morning rush hour in many parts of the Northeastern sprawl, totally incapacitating a sizable chunk of the world’s citizens, Muchomas predicts 2-3 million plays of your rendition of the three distinctive syllables on its highly trafficked and cluttered web and TV properties.