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Florida News Center > Jason Kelley The lawsuit alleges that former WJHG chief meteorologist Jason Kelley subjected Sawyer to sexual harassment, including sexual comments on her appearance, the request of sexual favors, inappropriate touching and the sending of a full-frontal nude photograph of himself to Sawyer. The allegations against Kelley are the most shocking. Sawyer alleges that Kelley said "he enjoyed performing oral sex on women", asked Sawyer if she "enjoyed receiving oral sex", and whether her husband performed oral sex on her. According to Sawyer, Kelley was aware that Sawyer's husband was frequently out of town and indicated that he and Sawyer could meet after their newscasts for sex. Sawyer also alleges that Kelley grabbed her buttocks shortly before she went on the air in 2008. The suit alleges that after Kelley took up a job at WBRC in Birmingham, Alabama, he was "believed to be having similar harassment issues." Tags: Gray Television, Jason Kelley, Kurt Molander, Nick Waller, Stacey Sawyer Craven, Tom Lewis, WJHG Smith, who joined the station this summer, fills the position left open by Jason Kelley, who is headed to Birmingham's WBRC. Tags: Chris Smith, Jason Kelley, WJHG After ten years as Chief Meteorologist Jason Kelley is leaving Panama City's WJHG to join Birmingham's WBRC FOX 6. Tags: Jason Kelley, Jim Loznicka, WBRC, WJHG
JASON KELLEY is a candidate for Councilor.
He is a west Alabama native, and attended the Mississippi State University Broadcast Meteorology Program from 1989 thru 1994. Upon completion, Jason served as the Chief Meteorologist at WABG-TV, the ABC affiliate in Greenville, MS from 1994 to 1997. In August of 1997, Jason joined Baron Services as a sales representative, and also served as a meteorologist and technical support representative while at Baron. In May of 1999, Jason returned to television as the Chief Meteorologist at WJHG-TV, the NBC affiliate in Panama City, FL, a position he holds to this day. Jason has and continues to attend many conferences including the NWA Annual Meeting, the Central Iowa NWA Doppler Radar and Severe Storms Conference, the MSU Southeastern Severe Storms Symposium, and the Florida Governors Hurricane Conference. Jason has also presented at the above meetings, and was a coauthor of a paper which appeared in the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. Jason is also on the advisory board of IEMchat, the public/private partnership for chatting between the NWS and local media and other entities.
Jason Kelleyjason.firstname.lastname@example.org Born and raised in west Alabama, Jason Kelley has known since a very young age that meteorology was his destiny.Jason was three years old during the SuperOutbreak on April 3 and 4, 1974, the largest outbreak of Tornadoes in US history. "I remember quite clearly the weather that day, in fact, it is the only clear memory I have from that age.It made quite an impression on me that carries on to this day".Jason attended the University of Alabama and the Broadcast Meteorology Program on campus at Mississippi State.Upon completion at MSU, he began his broadcasting career as Chief Meteorologist at WABG-TV, the ABC affiliate in Greenville, MS. Four years later he left TV for a while to work in several capacities at Baron Services in Huntsville, AL.Baron is the leading supplier of Doppler Radar and displays for the Broadcast industry, and Jason was one of the designers of the VIPIR system (which is in use at WJHG!). Jason also served and continues to serve as a teacher and lecturer of Doppler radar interpretation and severe weather forecasting at conferences across the country.After Baron, Jason made his way to WJHG in the spring of 1999.Jason is a licensed Amateur Radio operator (KC5JEA) and also teaches classes at Gulf Coast Community College in its Lifelong Learning department.He is a true geek, with interests in computers and home theater equipment.He also leads his Sunday School class at Woodlawn United Methodist Church.
Jason Kelley, Jim Loznicka
After ten years with the Gray Television-owned NBC-affiliate, Chief Meteorologist Jason Kelley is leaving to join WBRC in Birmingham. While Kelley is on his way out, WJHG welcomes meteorologist Jim Loznicka to its team. Kelley broke the news of his departure on Twitter, using a phrase from a famed University of Alabama football coach to describe Loznicka: "I have accepted a job with WBRC in Birmingham. Kelley attended the University of Alabama and the Broadcast Meteorology Program on the Mississippi State campus. He came to WJHG after working for the doppler radar manufacturer Baron Services.
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Florida News Center > Blog Archive > Leaving/Joining WJHG... After ten years as Chief Meteorologist Jason Kelley is leaving Panama City's WJHG to join Birmingham's WBRC FOX 6. Tags: Jason Kelley, Jim Loznicka, WBRC, WJHG