WAGA is a Fox television station, and the call letters for Fox 5 Atlanta. WAGA began in 1949 as a CBS station and remained that way for nearly 45 years. The station's newscasts were called '5 News Scene', which then changed to 'Eyewitness News'. In late 1994, after being purchased by Rupert Murdoch's Fox Broadcasting Company, the station switched its affiliation from CBS to Fox. The following year, the station changed its newscast to 'Fox 5 News'. The station offers viewers local weather, Fox 5 news, sports and other Fox programming, including Current Affair, That 70s Show, Malcolm in the Mille, Cops, The Simpsons, The O.C., and Family Guy.
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