Welcome To The Home Page Of StormChasingVideo.Com, LLC, The Premiere Independent Severe Weather And Extreme Footage Electronic News Gathering (ENG) Organization.
Our web site is designed for the professional news room staff, video editor, freelance producer / film-maker, and production house's to easily and rapidly preview our entire time-coded footage collection. A high speed internet connection is required in order to preview our on-line virtual demo tape.
Submitted by StormChasingVideo on Sun, 05/02/2010 - 01:46
Brandon Ivey was out today chasing in Jefferson County, Arkansas. In this video he is driving towards wall clouds with some interesting lowering and a funnel cloud developing. Video ends with some footage of the lightning after dark as the storm raced away from his location.
Submitted by StormChasingVideo on Thu, 04/29/2010 - 23:01
Brandon Ivey was out storm chasing today in Washington County, Kansas where a tornado warned storm formed. He was about to see a funnel cloud and several wall clouds. He also got into some large hail while chasing and ended the chase with an impressive gust front.
Submitted by StormChasingVideo on Fri, 04/16/2010 - 04:17
I have just been informed that the show we worked on a while back where I was in front of the camera and helpd out behind the scenes, called "Tornado Road" is now airing world wide on Discovery Channel and Quest.
Submitted by StormChasingVideo on Fri, 03/19/2010 - 11:04
Breaking News Video Network, Inc (BNVN) will be using the services of ChaserTV for the live streaming video starting today.
BNVN crews that wish to stream video will now be available market their live footage along with their ENG packages with BNVN. Since ChaserTV is a streaming service and not a broker service, their is no direct competition between the two companies. We do recognize that their will be competition from the other clients of ChaserTV but it is no different then using a satellite uplink service.
Submitted by StormChasingVideo on Wed, 03/17/2010 - 02:59
Today I was out covering the major flooding that is taking place in North Dakota. The Wild Rice River is flooding it's banks and creating major flooding that is impacting eastern Richland County, ND which is just south of the Fargo area near the town of Abercrombie, ND.
Most of the rural roads within a mile of the river are being washed away as the flooding backs up into farmers fields and then spills over the roadways to create a new path for the water to flow.