Channel 2 Action News will begin broadcasting from its newly installed News and Severe Weather Center 2 starting today at 5 p.m.
“We’ve taken full advantage of the latest in technological advancements to build in an almost unlimited number of ways to tell the news of the day,” Tim McVay, general manager for WSB-TV, said in a news release. “We’ve worked on this for the last 18 months. I am very excited about opening our new home up to our viewers. After all, we built it for them. We want them to feel immediately at home.”
Severe Weather Center 2 includes a specially designed “S” shaped command center that houses StormTracker2HD. The Weather Center has its own large video monitor wall dedicated to forecasting and displaying weather video coverage.