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- According to the official World Wide Web site for the Federal Communications Commission (the FCC), Telesouth Communications of Jackson, Mississippi had a permit from the commission to have a new transmitter facility constructed for WOSM-FM (103.1; licensed to Ocean Springs, Mississippi, southwest of Mobile) that would have increased WOSM-FM's broadcast area and made their programming easier receive in Mobile County, including the city of Mobile, until they had it cancelled and replaced by an application for a permit to only upgrade the height of the broadcast antenna for WOSM-FM's current transmitter facility while maintaining its current level of power (50,000 watts of effective radiated power, unlike the 100,000 watts WOSM-FM would have had if Telesouth Communication had proceeded with their plan to have a new transmitter facility constructed for WOSM-FM, according to the application for the cancelled permit).
- Danny Lipford of the syndicated TV and radio programs titled "Today's Homeowner" was on WAVH-FM's (106.5; licensed to Daphne, Alabama) local midday news and discussion program ("Midday Mobile") this past Tuesday, June 24th, during its second and final hour for the day between 1:00 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. (the program began at 12:05 p.m.) to talk about home air conditioning with its host Sean Sullivan (the radio program "Today's Homeowner" is part of WAVH-FM's regular programming schedule for Saturday between 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. and the regular programming schedule for Sunday between 8:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m.).
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