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News from the Mobile TV Examiner for Sunday, August 24th, 2014

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  • WKRG-TV had their own version of the board game "Guess Who" on their local midday news program ("WKRG News 5 at Noon") this past Friday, August 22nd (with Joseph Blake (J. B.) Biunno of their news department as its host), to which its audience was given certain characteristics pertaining to a member of their news department and asked which member of the news department was known for having possessed those characteristics (the same game was hosted on WKRG-TV's official Facebook page earlier that day)
  • This past Friday's edition of WKRG-TV's local midday news program ended with a "Plain Gardening" segment rather than the way it usually ended (it usually ended with a news presenter and a weather reporter sitting together at the news desk normally used for all of WKRG-TV's local news programming).
  • Residents of the Mobile, Alabama-Pensacola, Florida TV market may access past episodes of the comedic animated TV program "The Simpsons" that were originally broadcast before the year 2008 through the national cable TV and satellite TV programming service FXX since WJTC-TV would usually only broadcast episodes that were originally broadcast after the year 2007 (FXX started broadcasting "The Simpsons" this past Thursday, August 21st, in the form of a marathon expected to last until the Monday of September 1st and have all 552 of its episodes, along with its theatrical movie)

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