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News from the Mobile Radio Examiner for Thursday, July 17th, 2014

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  • Michael Brannon of WALA-TV's news department was on WAVH-FM's (106.5) local midday news and discussion program ("Midday Mobile") this past Tuesday, July 15th, talking about various subjects such as his life in broadcasting, an Internet article suggesting the national TV program "College GameDay" takes place in Mobile during the next collegiate football season, his appearance in a recent theatrical movie produced in Mobile titled "Rage" (it was originally titled "Tokarev"), other theatrical movies that were produced in Mobile, and recent local news about a synthetic form of marijuana called "spice".
  • Mississippi Public Broadcasting was set to add the national radio news and discussion program "The Takeaway" to the regular programming schedule for their network of radio stations on the Monday of August 4th as their replacement for "Tell Me More", the national radio news and discussion program set to end on the Friday of August 1st (folks in Mobile and other parts of Mobile County may be able to receive the program from Mississippi Public Broadcasting's radio station in Biloxi, Mississippi (WMAH-FM (90.3)) since its transmitter is capable of broadcasting to most of Mobile County).

(update for Thursday, July 24th: the article titled "News from the Mobile Radio Examiner for Thursday, July 24th" has more up-to-date information on Mississippi Public Broadcasting's plan for "The Takeaway")

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