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Mr. Richard J. McCollough M.Ed.

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Weekend Meteorologist

Phone: (585) ***-****  HQ Phone
4225 West Henrietta Road
Rochester , New York 14623
United States

Company Description: Rochester news, weather, sports, 13wham-tv, 13 wham, monroe county, ABC, health, entertainment, WOKR, Pittsford, penfield, victor, school closings, Canandaigua,...   more

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • Fairmont Heights High School
  • B.A.
    University of Maryland College Park
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Rochester, NY News [cached]
Richard J. McCollough sent us this press release, regarding a new news service for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing community, set to launch in January 2011:
American Abilities Television Network (AATV), a Broadcast Internet provider of programming for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing has launched a new and revolutionary service. AATV NEWS CENTER is the world's first continuously updated news service providing news and information from the Deaf & Hard of Hearing communities across the United States and the World. Richard J. McCollough, AATV Founder/Producer/Director says "AATV NEWS CENTER has initially launched on our website with daily updates. Our sources of news and information come from the hundreds of institutions, organizations, individuals and governments across the country. We are focused on the happenings in the Deaf & Hard of Hearing world just as AP, Reuters, and the Television Networks are focused on the news in the hearing world. We have started small and our goal is to grow into a credible, reliable news operation in the years to come, eventually employing a number of Deaf, Hard of Hearing and Hearing Reporters & Producers working together. Next January 2011 we will launch AATV NEWS CENTER updates on our AATV Programs seen on Cable CW 16/Digital 13.2 in Rochester, NY." AATV was created by Richard J. McCollough, a Broadcast Meteorologist and Multi-Award Winning Producer/Director in 2002 and launched on the air on Cable CW16/Digital 13.2 in Rochester, NY on January 13, 2008.
A reader of RNYN recently ... [cached]
A reader of RNYN recently e-mailed a tip and pointed out that former Rochester weatherman Richard McCollough is now the weekend Meteorologist at WSPA, the CBS affiliate serving the Spartanburg/Greenville,SC and Asheville, NC television market.
Richard McCollough, weekend meteorologist at WHAM-TV and former 11PM meteorologist at WHEC has given his final weathercast in Rochester.It has been reported that McCollough will be moving south to focus his attention on producing a new television show for the deaf and hard of hearing, set to debut in January on CW-WHAM.McCollough's Mirus Video Productions has won numerous nationally recognized awards, most notably for his 2004 documentary "Lulu and the Girls of Americus, Georgia, 1963".
HLAA Rochester, NY [cached]
Richard McCollough (Presentation audio-looped, real-time captioned and sign language interpreted)
Back for a repeat appearance at HLAA is Richard McCollough, founder of Mirusmedia and 13WHAM on air meteorologist.Last year he offered his ideas and sought input on television programming for people with hearing disabilities; what has a year brought in his project.
Mr. McCollough is an award winner producer/director/editor and videographer.He won Telly Awards in 2005 and 2006 for Mirus Magazine, a news magazine television program on WB-16 in Rochester, among numerous other accolades.He is a 27 year veteran of broadcasting and television production.
Democrat & Chronicle: Business [cached]
The average high temperature in September is 61.2 degrees, but this year's September averaged 4.8 degrees higher, said Richard McCollough, meteorologist at WHAM-TV (Channel 13).
Democrat & Chronicle: Business [cached]
The average high temperature in September is 61.2 degrees, but this year's September averaged 4.8 degrees higher, said Richard McCollough, meteorologist at WHAM-TV (Channel 13).
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