Rich J. Graziano is the President and General Manager of WPIX-TV. He is responsible for all aspects of the station, including strategic planning and day-to-day operations. Since 2009, Graziano has served as the leader of Tribune’s media properties in Hartford, Connecticut; he...Read More
Rich J. Graziano, President & General Manager of WPIX-TV
Record attendance today at the 9th Annual PIX11 Weather Education Day at Citi Field. Mr. G and Linda Church gave a meteorology lesson at Citi Field for students from the tri-state area before the Mets-Cardinals Game. A wonderful, fun day for all.Read More
METS AND PIX11 HOST NINTH ANNUAL WEATHER EDUCATION DAY
THURSDAY, MAY 21 AT CITI FIELD
PIX11 Weather Experts Mr. G and Linda Church to Provide Meteorology Lesson for 8,000 Tri-State Area Students Prior to Mets-Cardinals Game
Tickets Available at Mets.com/Education
FLUSHING, N.Y., May 18, 2015 – The New York Mets and PIX11 will host the ninth annual “Weather Education Day” on Thursday, May 21 at Citi Field for 8,000 students from New York, New Jersey and Connecticut prior to the Mets playing the St. Louis Cardinals at 1:10 p.m. More information and tickets are available at Mets.com/Education.
Students will be treated to a pre-game meteorology lesson starting at 11:00 a.m. by PIX11 weather experts Mr. G and Linda Church, who will engage them in an interactive program about weather patterns and phenomenon. They will discuss some of the extreme weather we have experienced in recent months and take students behind the scenes at the PIX11 weather center.
Mr. and Mrs. Met and the Pepsi Party Patrol will also be on hand to entertain students and fire t-shirts into the crowd. At the conclusion of program, the students will stay at the ballpark to watch the game.
As part of “Weather Education Day,” Linda Church will also be delivering the forecast and taking viewers behind the scenes at the ballpark for “PIX11 Morning News” from Citi Field beginning at 5:00 a.m.Read More
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