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News from the Mobile TV Examiner for Saturday, July 19th, 2014 (amended)

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  • Comcast Cablevision of Mobile's former cable TV channels for providing programming from the former cable TV programming service Cable Sports Southeast (CSS) in standard definition and high definition (channels 37 and 191 respectively) were removed from their cable TV system by this Saturday, July 19th (Channel 37 usually had the words "Coming Soon Xfinity Info Channel" while channel 191 usually had colors bars after CSS stopped broadcasting on the Saturday of May 31st of the current calendar year).
  • On Tuesday, July 15th, Comcast Cablevision of Mobile's leased-access cable TV channel ("Port City 6") had a program it usually did not have on Tuesdays (it was usually on Saturdays between 8:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m) during the time period in which it usually had video of a regular meeting of the councilors for the city of Mobile (between 8:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m.) on a weekly basis (the name of the program broadcast in place of such a meeting was a local variety program titled "The Jazzy Red Talk Show"). The reason for this unusual programming was due to Comcast Cablevision of Mobile having no new meeting of the councilors to broadcast that day since the councilors had no plans for a regular meeting that day due to some of them having planned on being at the Farnborough Airshow in Farnborough, England with the mayor of Mobile that day.

(amendment note: the article was amended to add the time periods in which the council meetings and "The Jazzy Red Talk Show" were usually broadcast, the calendar day upon which "The Jazzy Red Talk Show" was usually broadcast, and to correct the name "The Jazzy Red Talk Show" due to the word "show" being omitted by mistake)

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