- This past Wednesday's (September 3rd) edition of WALA-TV's local 9:00 p.m. news program ("FOX 10 News at 9:00 p.m.") had a report about a problem in the retransmission of their programming through Dish Network's satellite TV system (the report was uploaded onto the official YouTube channel for WALA-TV).
- The names of local and national broadcasters expected to broadcast collegiate football games involving the football team of the University of South Alabama in Mobile during the collegiate football season for the year 2014 were posted onto the official World Wide Web site for the university's department of athletics.
- WEAR-TV was set to have each of the programs normally shown on their main broadcast channel between 11:00 p.m. and 1:02 a.m. from Monday through Saturday (including "Jimmy Kimmel Live", a network variety program, "Nightline" , a network news program, and "The Insider", a syndicated entertainment news program) appear on the channel 35 minutes later than usual together on a weekly basis during the high-school football season for 2014 due to their plan to have a local program about high-football school games ("Prep Football Final") appear on their channel on a weekly basis during the season between 11:01 p.m. and 11:35 p.m (this means their broadcast of "Jimmy Kimmel Live" for this Friday and Saturday (September 5th and September 6th) would begin at 11:35 p.m., and their broadcasts of "Nightline" and "The Insider" immediately after the one for "Jimmy Kimmel Live" would begin at 12:37 a.m. and 1:07 a.m. respectively)
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