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News from the Mobile TV Examiner for Friday, June 27th, 2014

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(the following article is part of the Mobile TV/Radio Examiner's trial run of a different publishing format for news articles. You may share your thoughts about it with the author by contacting him through electronic mail)

  • WPMI-TV recently produced two new TV advertisements for their weather department with their main weather reporter Derek Beasley promoting the department's responsibilities of keeping members of the public safe during weather that may be dangerous to them. One of the advertisements had him posing a question for his audience about what they would consider more important if a TV program they had been watching and/or hearing were to be interrupted by a special report about weather that may be dangerous to them: the TV program or their own personal safety (the advertisement included a portion of an episode of the serial "Days of Our Lives" being interrupted by Derek Beasley). As for the other advertisement, it had video of a friend of his talking about her surviving a tornado in Richland, Mississippi with his help via electronic messages sent to her iPad.
  • According to WPMI-TV, they would broadcast a special local program about the Alabama Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo for 2014 on the Saturday of July 19th between 6:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. if it were to take place that day (the program would be hosted by Greg Peterson, one of the news presenters for WPMI-TV's local evening news programs for Monday through Friday)

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