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Malek Masoud

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  1. Now I want to share my own wish list, which consists of the following: Atlanta More WSB-TV newscasts from 1997-2006...especially ones that close with video footage of NewsChopper 2 in flight. More WGCL-TV material from 2000-2005. Chattanooga More WTVC newscasts from 1994-2009, preferably from the Chroma Cues era. WRCB content from 2003-2007 More WDEF stuff from 1998-2005
  2. Is anyone still hoping that WSB-TV will revive that closing graphic that involves NewsChopper 2 flying around Atlanta, GA just like in the old days?
  3. Oh and also, I think WSB-TV needs to revive the closing graphic that involves NewsChopper 2 flying around, but with a new and modern twist for today's era. Here are the past versions of that closing from 1997, 1999 and 2004:
  4. I guess that might be the reason why Atlanta's WSB-TV chose to stick with a five-day forecast.
  5. Yep, you read that right. I'm presenting you some "News 2000" by Music Partners, which is most notably used by Atlanta's ABC affiliate, WSB-TV; the station's newscasts (titled "Channel 2 Action News") used News 2000 from 1998 until 2009, when they decided to go with "Coverage" by 615 Music. Now I'm pretty sure there are other cuts of News 2000, but these two cuts are the ones that I'm familiar with the most: Primary Theme Closing
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