• Share your thoughts on our new mobile site


    WSB-TV/Channel 2 Action News launched a new mobile website on Tuesday morning. The new website, m.wsbtv.com, features more news and videos than ever before.

    Users will notice the new mobile website closely reflects wsbtv.com, offering the same stories in the same order, more videos and more photo galleries.

    The new mobile site also corrects an issue that frustrated our social media users. No longer will a story link be delayed in reaching our mobile site, or simply take you to the home page. Now a link will take you directly to a story.

    The new mobile site also features a brand new, easy-to-use interactive radar that works on all mobile devices, and lets you track weather down to your street.

    Enter your zip code to zoom in the radar to your location. Click the gear button to add storm cells, or to check future precipitation totals. Hit the play button to animate the radar and see the storm path.

    Users can also watch every Channel 2 Action News newscast and live breaking news by simply clicking the watch live button on the top left of the home page. The link will show live Stormtracker 2 HD radar when there is no newscast on the air. Live newscasts are available on most iPhone, Android and Blackberry devices.

    We'd like to hear your feedback on the new mobile website.

    Contact us:

    Email: talk2us@wsbtv.com

    Facebook: facebook.com/wsbtv

    Twitter: twitter.com/wsbtv

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