Episode #122: Don Kent (Part 1)

On Episode #121, I introduced you to WBZ-TV-4, Boston’s newest meteorologist, Jacob Wycoff. I mentioned a couple of former WBZ-4 meteorologists during that conversation. One of them, Don Kent, pioneered the craft of television meteorology in the 1940s and 1950s.

I had the great honor of interviewing Don back in 2009 for one of WeatherJazz’s premiere episodes. I thought it was a good time to replay this episode to show us all how far we have traveled since those early days of television weather, and to appreciate the groundwork Don Kent (and others like him) gave us. This is the first of a two-part series.

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