Why are the students and faculty of the Department of Atmospheric Sciences producing this program?
To improve their communication skills, and to share their enthusiasm for weather, climate, and meteorology.
What is the connection between Creighton University and KINI-FM, St. Francis, SD and KBRB, Ainsworth, NE?
Creighton University is a Jesuit university, and KINI is operated by the Jesuit mission in St. Francis. There is no formal connection between KBRB and Creighton University.
What is the “audience” for Weather Break?
The primary audience for the program is the population in south-central South Dakota and north-central Nebraska. The program is also intended for weather enthusiasts in general.
Is the program “live”?
The program is prerecorded about a week before broadcast.
How is the program distributed?
The program airs daily on KINI-FM, 96.1, a 100,000 Watt radio station in St. Francis, SD and on KBRB. The program is also distributed via the internet on the weatherbreak.creighton.edu web page. The program is available via various podcasting mechanisms, too; write to email@example.com for more information.