- Lenise Ligon of WALA-TV's news department was not in her usual position of news presenter on WALA-TV's local 5:00 p.m. news program ("FOX 10 News at 5:00 p.m.") this past Thursday, July 31st, for she was busy doing live reports for it near the exterior of the courthouse in Bay Minette, Alabama (northeast of Mobile) about a complaint filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission against Hallie Dixon, the district attorney for Baldwin County, where Bay Minette in located.
- One of the segments for this past Thursday's edition of WPMI-TV's local 10:00 p.m. news program ("Local 15 News at 10:00") was rebroadcast twice in a row this morning during their regular time period for rebroadcasting their local 10:00 p.m. news program from Tuesday through Saturday (3:00 a.m. to 3:30 a.m.) before being interrupted by a paid commercial program (or "infomercial") since WPMI-TV would usually start broadcasting a paid commercial program at that time from Tuesday through Saturday (3:30 a.m.) for about 30 minutes.
- WALA-TV recently broadcast an advertisement promoting their plan to add the syndicated medical advice program titled "The Dr. Oz Show" to their regular programming plans for Monday through Friday on the Monday of September 8th (it would be taking the place of the syndicated discussion program "Steve Harvey" between 1:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. since they would not be able to broadcast it anymore by the Monday of September 15th due to WPMI-TV getting the local broadcasting rights for it). This means WPMI-TV and their companion station WJTC-TV would not be able to broadcast it anymore by then since only one local TV station or one group of TV stations owned by the same company per TV market may broadcast it.
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