The Weather Channel’s cameraman had his day ruined when setting up for a live shot of the Georgia Dome explosion, when at the wrong time – a bus blocked the shot.
Jason Rudge, an editor with the Weather Channel, set up on Monday to film the planned destruction of the Georgia Dome, the former home of the Atlanta Falcons and where two Super Bowls were once
Nov 20, 2017 · The Weather Channel’s Georgia Dome Implosion View Got Ruined by an Atlanta Bus and So Did Our Cameraman’s Day weather.com. Weather Channel cameraman thought they had the perfect view of the
Weather Channel editor James Crugnale watched in horror as the bus obscured just about the entire shot of the Georgia Dome, a 71,250-seat stadium that was once home to the Atlanta Falcons, the
ATLANTA, Ga. (WIVB) — Crowds gathered in Atlanta to watch the implosion of the Georgia Dome. The Weather Channel was ready to live stream the event, with the perfect shot set up, when a bus
MARTA bus parks right in front of The Weather Channel’s Dome implosion shot a MARTA bus pulled up to block the videographer’s shot. marta-bus-atlanta-georgia-dome-implosion-obstructs
A camera crew from the Weather Channel was frustrated after a city bus blocked its shot of the Georgia Dome implosion Monday. The man behind the …
Nov 21, 2017 · Weather Channel tried to film Georgia Dome implosion. But along came a bus. Footage of the Georgia Dome implosion was heavily marred for at least one person when a MARTA bus rolled into view and
Nov 21, 2017 · Atlanta’s Georgia Dome only stood for 25 years but hosted more than 1400 events attended by 37 million people, including the basketball tournament at the 1996 Summer Olympics.
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Nov 20, 2017 · While The Weather Channel was well prepared to invite all of us into observing the event what they were not expecting was a MARTA bus to …