Yet More? More! Now up to Take Five!

7 07 2014

Yeah, it was only going to be a few changes, now five hours later … I’m up to take FIVE.

For Take Five – Click HERE

Now up to 19’44” seconds, but hopefully better than a lot of the stuff you see on TV … well it all was on TV.

Hopefully a new job soon … before this thing gets any longer.

Your thoughts, comments and opinions are welcome!

BTW: On the rare chance that take FIVE is not enough for you, here are links to MUCH more;

I hold the AMS & NWA seals of approval, won two DC Emmy’s for Weathercasting – nominated for a Mid-Atlantic Weather Emmy in 2013, here’s the link to my entry;

This is the link to my 2013 Emmy nominated Feature Reporting presentation;

Plus a General Assignment Reporting composite;

Hurricanes, Earthquakes & Tsunamis … here are three environmental stories;

Slow News Day? The link for this one give you an idea of the story;

Here is the unedited link to my last three days on CBS21, death by cop, a murder and a weathercast;

One of the last ‘Pirate Radio’ jocks in the North Sea (keep in mind it was recorded 300+ miles away from the ship);

BTW: Recently found out that I am in the Pirate Radio Hall of Fame … I hardly deserve it, but it also has an air check, that I had never heard;

I’ve posted more of my radio work to Sound Cloud:

Australia Overnight –

KDON Demo –

WABB Aircheck –

Explained in this ‘classic clip’ from 2002, the reason I have been on the air in Australia for more than 12 years!

Even an air checks from when I did a few talk shows in Sacramento in ’95 for KHTK, here is a clip from my very first talk show … literally walking in off the street and doing talk radio;


CLICK HERE for the ‘Bio Demo’ … Timeline (resume) is below

1 07 2014

CLICK HERE for the ‘Bio Demo’ … Timeline (resume) is below

Kirk Clyatt

 Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

My ‘Bio Demo’ gives you a sample of my journey … so far; Here is the accompanying timeline.


WHP (CBS) & WLYH (CW), Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Reporter/Anchor/Meteorologist – December 2010 – December 2013

Nominated for three Emmy Awards in 2013, Best Weathercaster, Best Feature Reporter and part of the team for Best Newscast.

Between Harrisonburg & Harrisburg, I continued with my overseas radio employment, also worked for Fox 43 in York, PA, the US Census and for Apple – Experienced with Final Cut Pro X.

WHSV (ABC), Harrisonburg, Virginia

Daybreak Show Meteorologist – I also provided daily radio reports for the regional cluster of Clear Channel stations. April 2007 – June 2009

WPHL (WB), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Meteorologist/Reporter August 2003 – December 2005

WCAU (NBC), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Meteorologist November 2002 – June 2003

WBRE (NBC), Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, Pennsylvania

Meteorologist/Reporter November 2001 – September 2002

WBFF (FOX) & WNUV (WB), Baltimore, Maryland

Morning Co-Anchor – Meteorologist/Reporter November 1997 – October 2001

In June of 1999 I became the first Baltimore Weather Anchor in the 90s to win an Emmy for Excellence in Weathercasting. In June of 2001, I won my second Emmy from the Washington, DC/Capital Region of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

In July of 1999 I was awarded the AMS Television Seal of Approval from the American Meteorological Society.

Prior to 1997 I held on-air television positions at CNN in Atlanta, Georgia, in Florida, California and Indiana.

I also have been awarded the National Weather Association’s Seal of Approval. (NWA)


3AW, Melbourne, Victoria & 6PR, Perth, Western Australia

USA News Reporter for Breakfast Show March 2002 – Present

KHTK, Sacramento, California Talk Show Host 1995

LASER 576, London, England (Offshore)

Hosted Breakfast Show heard throughout the United Kingdom and Northwest Europe 1986 – 1987

KDON, Salinas/Monterey, California

Program Director/Morning Drive 1983 – 1986
KDON achieved some of the highest ratings in the station’s history

(13.1 12+, Spring 1985 Arbitron)

In additional early career radio experience at stations in Florida, Maryland, Mississippi and South Carolina.


Winner of the 1999 Sports Feature Award from the Maryland Society of Professional Journalists for my Cover Story ‘Blasted!’, the 1998 Outstanding Media Production Award from the United States Ultralight Association for my Cover Story, ‘Light Flight’.

Anchored five Jerry Lewis MDA Labor Day Telethons, including 2004 and 2005 in Philadelphia.

I’m an Instrument Rated Aircraft Pilot and I hold an FCC General (1st Class) Radiotelephone License.


Completed the Broadcast Meteorology Program, plus an additional course in Thermodynamic Meteorology at Mississippi State University and hold a Certificate in Broadcast Meteorology.

Gulf Coast Community College, Panama City, Florida
Winston Churchill High School, Potomac, Maryland


Born in Florence, South Carolina 6’4″ – 230 pounds

Blessed with two great kids; Kylee and Zane, to find out more … search ‘Kirk Clyatt’

Thank You!