What about this? The ajc reports that TBS is reviving good old Channel 17, albeit with the cloying moniker, 'Peachtree TV.' Nevertheless, I would accept a position there if I were able to leave the PC at this time... I would love to straighten out their programming, and replace the plebeian ELR and the shudder inducing SITC with Batman, and Bewitched. How about reruns of Bill Tosh's Sunday morning newscasts, and his introductions to the Academy Award Theatre at 10:35 Am Sunday morning? See also this listing predating the Academy Award Theatre; probably before Ted purchased his second stock of films.
AND---Using the old WPCH call letters from "All Music...All the Time" -the Musak outlet that drove me to absolute distraction growing up. Mr. McCraven actually played that station on the brown faux wood grain clock radio in his office, adjacent to Linda's in the New building at Fayette Presbyterian. I changed the station one time, probably to either 96 Rock or 94Q since it was right next to these on the dial, and the song 'Chevy Van' played; to this day if I have the misfortune to hear that song, it reminds me of skipping school (being 'sick' with not wanting to go to school) and looking out the narrow vertical 1970s window into the pine thicket I called woods. WSB played Beautiful Music, and Standards; I liked Standards, and must confess that now that my lovely daughters are listening to Ciera and Gwen Stephani, I have wondered where all the Musak stations have gone to.
Anyway, preposterous name and thieving call letters aside, I'm glad TBS is remembering who made them great in the first place.