John Stewart Coleman (October 15, 1934 – January 20, 2018) was an American TV weatherman and co-founder of The Weather Channel. He retired from broadcasting in 2014 after nearly 61 years, having worked the last 20 years at KUSI-TV in San Diego.
Jan 21, 2018 ... (This story, first published Sunday, was updated Monday to include a statement from The Weather Channel.) John Coleman, the “Good Morning America” forecasting icon who co-founded The Weather Channel, died Saturday. The 83- year-old Coleman, in his later years, may have become best known for ...
Jan 21, 2018 ... John S. Coleman, a co-founder of the Weather Channel, the original meteorologist on ABC's “Good Morning America” and, later in his career, a vocal climate change skeptic, died on Saturday at Summerlin Hospital Medical Center in Las Vegas. He was 83. His death was confirmed by his family. Before it ...
John Coleman founded The Weather Channel and was the original weathercaster on ABC's “Good Morning America” with David Hartman and Joan Lunden. He retired in 2014 after more than 60 years in broadcasting. Coleman passed away on January 20, 2018.
Jan 22, 2018 ... John Coleman, who co-founded The Weather Channel but who later drew people's anger for his skepticism about climate change, has died.
Comments by Weather Channel founder John Coleman refute global warming. Is it an accurate analysis of climate change?
Jan 22, 2018 ... John Coleman, the dancing, prancing San Diego weatherman who tickled television viewers by the way he would sing out the letter “U” in KUSI-TV's call letters, died on Saturday. He was 83.
Jan 21, 2018 ... John Coleman, who helped found and develop The Weather Channel, died Saturday at his home in Las Veg...
John Coleman (Deceased) Credentials According to an article in Columbia Journalism Review, "Coleman had spent half a century in the trenches of TV weathercasting; he had once been an accredited meteorologist, and remained a virtuoso forecaster. But his work was more a highly technical art than a science.