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Turner also bought most of the movie packages in this manner.The station placed an on-air emphasis on its movie library; one notable program was Academy Award Theatre, which showcased only Oscar-winning films.But due to network commitments, the three major affiliates could only keep programs for few years.Turner would then buy the shows that the major affiliates did not renew for nearly half the price of original purchase.

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Soon after, Turner changed the call letters to WTCG, which reportedly stood for "Watch This Channel Grow" (though the "TCG" officially stood for Turner Communications Group, the forerunner to Turner Broadcasting System).

In addition to placing daily ads on the Atlanta Journal-Constitution TV page, WJRJ ran exactly one TV Guideadvertisement: a half-page ad in a September 1967 issue with the headline, "Yes, Atlanta, there is a channel 17." Despite WJRJ billing itself as "Good-looking Channel 17", technical snafus were the norm in the station's early months: film broke down, slides frequently appeared backwards, and there were often long pauses when nothing appeared on screen.

The station did carry a top-rated show for a few weeks: Then-CBS affiliate WAGA-TV (channel 5) ran a local movie on Wednesday night, and channel 17 stepped in to run Medical Center (the rights to which would later be owned by the station's future owners) for a time.

On January 18, 2011 Time Warner announced that it will transfer the operations of WPCH-TV to Meredith Corporation by way of a local marketing agreement.

Meredith owns WGCL-TV (channel 46), Atlanta's CBS affiliate, and the deal would give Meredith a de facto television duopoly in Atlanta.