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Weather Powers The Web

Weather Powers The Web. June 11, 2007. April 14, 2008. MyWeather Overview. Founded in 2000 as a division of Weather Central.

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Weather Powers The Web

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  1. Weather Powers The Web June 11, 2007 April 14, 2008

  2. MyWeather Overview • Founded in 2000 as a division of Weather Central. • MyWeather is a leading supplier of private-brand weather data, services and applications to over 200 TV station web sites and 350 online newspapers, personalized forecasts and severe weather alerts to 2,000,000 registered users • Multiple service offerings that are private-branded to support your marketing objectives.

  3. A Few of Our Premier Partners Nationwide • NBC Owned and Operated Affiliates • Cox Television Stations • Hearst Television Stations • Raycom Group Stations • Sinclair, Fisher, Freedom, Quincy • Large and Small Stations Coast to Coast San Francisco New York Chicago Dallas

  4. Total Online Weather Page ViewsWeather is the #1 entry point for local media websites • Rank DMA Weather Page Views - Universe Total US 13.4 Billion 2006 (30+% Growth in 2007) 22.5 Billion+ in 2007 • Local media is well behind Weather.com in online weather; 70% share of online weather page views • At $3.00 cpm and 2 ad impressions/PV, the value of this traffic in your market is $ • What is your share? • MyWeather can help… Source Nielsen Net Ratings, 8/07

  5. Accessing Weather Information – Frequency • In order to participate in this study, all respondents must have accessed weather information via the Internet at least once in the seven days prior to taking the survey. • A majority of respondents (57%) had accessed weather information via the Internet one to five times in the previous seven days. n=516

  6. Unaided Awareness • Unaided awareness of Weather Channel was significantly higher among respondents ages 18–24 (87%), and it decreased as age increased, dropping to 36% among those 65 and older. • Unaided awareness of local TV Web sites was significantly higher among respondents ages 45–54 (64%) than among most other age groups. n=516

  7. Primary Usage • Just over three-quarters of respondents (77%) indicated that they have one or two on-line weather information sources that they prefer to all others; the remaining 23% said that all weather sites are basically the same to them. • Among respondents who use more than source, 32% use Weather Channel most frequently. • Rates of primary usage for Weather Channel tended to be higher among younger respondents (43% among ages 18–34), and rates of primary usage for local TV Web sites tended to be higher among older respondents (18% among ages 55 and older). n=397

  8. Primary Usage – Heavy Users versus Light Users • Light users were significantly more likely to use Weather Channel and local TV Web sites as their primary source of on-line weather information, while heavy users were significantly more likely to use WeatherBug as their primary source.

  9. Reasons for Using Primary Source • Overall, respondents cited many different reasons for using a particular on-line weather information source more than others. n=504

  10. Reasons for Using Primary Source • Classified into two broader categories of 1) attributes related to brand or URL (such as an easy to remember Web site) and 2) attributes related to site features (such as radar, maps, and graphics), this data suggests that brand/URL is a more important driver of using a particular on-line weather information source. • Brand/URL-related attributes were cited by 57% of respondents as reasons for using their primary on-line weather information source; feature-related attributes were cited by only 35% of respondents. n=504

  11. Attribute Importance • Overall, respondents rated Trustworthy, Provides accurate forecasts, Is easy to use, and Understands weather where I live as the most important characteristics when selecting an on-line weather information source. • Heavy users tended to give higher ratings of importance on most attributes and had a significantly higher mean rating for Relevant to my lifestyle, Interactive maps and radar, Educational weather content, and Environmental and climate content. • Is easy to use, Understands weather where I live, Relevant to my lifestyle, and URL/address that is easy to remember were significantly more important to females. n=516 Not at all important (1) Extremely important (10)

  12. Attribute Performance Matrix – Total Sample • The table below displays the relative performance of each competitor on each attribute, ranked from 1 to 10, for the total sample. • The attributes are listed in descending order from most important to least important. • The competitors are listed left to right from best overall performance to worst overall performance across all attributes (based on a composite score weighted to account for the relative importance of each attribute). • The best and worst scores for each attribute are highlighted in green and pink, respectively.

  13. Category III – Desktop Application, “On Ramp to Your Site” • Live: “Online” Desktop Application • Drive at-work audience to your web site • More than just weather alerts • Customizable to station • Local ad positions • Video capable • Simple download

  14. Category III – Additional Applications • Interactive Radar • Hyper-local view of Nexrad radar over a Virtual Earth Map • Interactive and user-defined map views to pan, zoom, and scroll within the map and see the precise location of Nexrad radar and clouds • Highest resolution Radar Imagery • Zoom down to street level

  15. Category III – Additional Applications • Personal Microcast • Proprietary Microcast forecast model • Personal forecast page • Twice daily emails from your weather team • Severe weather alerts • Premium Weather rev share • 5-10% HH in DMA subscribe

  16. Category III – Additional Applications • Venue Forecasts • Hyper-local interactive weather maps for market exclusive venues (You Choose)! • High School football stadiums • Golf Courses • Neighborhood forecast • Ski Forecast • Customizable to station • Very Sponsorable • Creates Localization

  17. Content – MyWeather WebHD™ • A total online content solution to compete with Weather.com Build page views and keep viewers on your weather page with compelling content packages • Health • Home and Garden • Kids Weather • Weather Maps • Outdoor Lifestyle • Seasonal • Severe Weather • Sports • Travel

  18. Category III – Additional Applications • Weather at Hand • A branded, sponsorable mobile weather solution • Current conditions • Your radar, and regional radars • 3 and 5 day forecasts; US and International • Zip code weather search

  19. Category III – Additional Applications • RouteCast / Greenlight™ • Traffic and Weather together • Best Locally Available Data • Flow data, Incident, Construction, Cameras, Weather • Traffic mobile and email alerts • Customize routes

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