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Comcast customers in Mobile notified about plan to remove CSS channels

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According to a message sent to customers of Comcast Cablevision of Mobile during the month of April along with the bills for their services that month, there was a plan to remove the cable TV channels Comcast Cablevision of Mobile normally used to provide programming from Cable Sports Southeast (or CSS, which used to stand for both Comcast Sports Southeast and Charter Sports Southeast) through their cable TV system on the Saturday of May 31st in advance of Cable Sports Southeast ending their broadcast operation by the next day, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (the channels to be removed are 37, 191 and 1671. The last two were normally used for providing high-definition pictures).

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