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AccuWeather Available in Your Car, on Your Mobile, and on Your Watch at 2014 CES

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Tuesday, January 7th 2014


 

Limited number of at-show interviews available with company Founder and President, Dr. Joel N. Myers


LAS VEGAS, January 6, 2014 – AccuWeather is proud to showcase its weather content in dozens of partner booths at CES this year and invites those on the floor to look for our content everywhere you see a digital display -- interactive TVs and appliances, tablets, mobile phones, even in-car screens -- AccuWeather is committed to providing the most accurate weather information wherever users go, whenever they need it and wherever they want to view it.

AccuWeather continues to evolve based on where consumers are seeking and using weather information and how they apply it to their lives.

Examples include our recently launched 45-day forecast and soon-to-launch MinuteCast(tm), which will provide minute-by-minute weather updates to help people in all areas of their lives, including health, travel and safety. 

AccuWeather's Founder and President, Dr. Joel N. Myers will be attending the show and will do a limited number of interviews to discuss recent innovations and the rapid acceleration of this global media company.  If you are interested in setting up an interview or obtaining information in these areas for a CES story, respond to this email or use the contact information below.

For more information contact:
Justin Roberti / 814.235.8756 / roberti@accuweather.com
AccuWeather, Inc. / 385 Science Park Road / State College, PA 16803

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