- The video in WJTC-TV's broadcast of the football game between the Panthers of Murphy High School and the Hornets of Baker High School in Mobile this past Friday, August 29th, was not projected in its proper format (this explains why everything in the video appeared wider than they actually were).
- A special visual trick was used in the production of a report broadcast on WALA-TV's local 5:00 p.m. news program this past Friday that made its narrator Will Robinson-Smith appear beside an earlier version of his self in the same location while the earlier version was still moving (the report was about the Baldwin County Beach Express in Baldwin County, Alabama, east of Mobile).
- A message attributed to Jessica Taloney of WKRG-TV's "Marketplace 5" segments* was posted onto her official Facebook page for the first time in over two years earlier this August along with video of her having ice dumped over her head as part of an Internet trend in which some folks were challenged to either have ice dumped their own heads or have money donated to organizations specialized in helping folks living with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, the disease often called ALS (the video began with her accepting the challenge, followed by her talking about her life as a "stay-at-home mom", and her explaining the disease before having her challenge fulfilled).
*WKRG-TV usually had such segments broadcast immediately after their local 12:00 p.m. news program ("WKRG News 5 at Noon").
(note: the first paragraph of the Mobile TV Examiner article for this past Friday was corrected)
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