- Bill Riales of WKRG-TV's local morning news program ("WKRG News 5 This Morning") demonstrated a recipe for Caesar salad in the "Take 5" cooking segment of this past Wednesday's (August 13th) edition of WKRG-TV's local midday news program ("WKRG News 5 at Noon") (note #1: the "Take 5" segments usually had guests representing businesses in the broadcast area of WKRG-TV demonstrating recipes with John Nodar, the regular weather reporter for both the morning news program and the midday news program) (note #2: both John Nodar and Devon Walsh, Bill Riales' regular partner for the morning news program's news presentations and the regular news presenter for the midday news program, were part of the segment too).
- WPMI-TV's companion station WJTC-TV was set to broadcast primetime network programming from the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) this Friday, August 15th (including the documentary program "Running Wild with Bear Grylls" between 7:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. and the news program "Dateline NBC" between 8:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m.), instead of WPMI-TV due to their plan to pre-empt it with live programming from Cox Sports Television about a professional football game between the Saints of New Orleans, Louisiana and the Titans of (Nashville) Tennessee expected to take place during that time (note #1: WJTC-TV usually broadcast syndicated programming and local programming in primetime from Monday through Friday since they were not affiliated with a national provider of network programming like their companion station WPMI-TV) (note #2: WJTC-TV and WPMI-TV operate from the same building in Mobile as part of the same company, the Sinclair Broadcast Group)
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