Tour

Ever wonder exactly what goes on behind the scenes at a news station? How do we get on the scene so quickly? What goes into making a news cast? Who decides what stories air? Come visit us! You will discover each department’s responsibilities to keeping a news station running.

What to know:

  • All participants must be 3rd grade or above
  • No groups over 25 (including chaperones)
  • Tours last 30 – 45 minutes
  • This is a walking tour
  • Tours are done at 11:45am or 3:45pm Monday - Friday only

Weather Talk

Would you like a meteorologist or storm tracker to visit your facility? They will teach you about severe weather, weather safety and how you can stay calm to better protect your family should severe weather strike.

weather people

What to know:

  • Groups of 50 people or more preferred
  • Will potentially need microphone depending on group size
  • Please note: during severe weather season, these talks are pending breaking weather
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David’s Wild Weather Camp

David’s Wild Weather Camp is the ultimate weather show for your elementary school! Learn about all different kinds of severe weather and how you can stay safe. There will be exciting experiments plus you’ll get to see your favorite weather team!

What to know:

  • 350 kids or more – if your school is not this big, it’s great to partner with a surrounding school
  • Shows are done on Wednesday’s only
  • The show is intended for 2nd through 6th grader
  • Since this show includes experiments and props, will need power and a double door with removeable pole
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Talent Appearance requests

Are you interested in having an on-air member of the News 9 team at your event? Need an emcee, judge or Grand Marshall at your parade? Let us know and we’d love to see if anyone is available to join you and your group.

What to know:

  • All requests are based off of talent availability
  • Because of limited schedule availability, the person you request might not be available, but we can work to find another team member to join you