- A recent TV advertisement for the campaign to re-elect the governor of Alabama (Robert Bentley) this November had video of one of WALA-TV's broadcasts about the "groundbreaking ceremony" for the Airbus assembly facility being constructed at the Brookley Aeroplex (also known as Brookley Field) in Mobile from April 2013 along with video of one of WKRG-TV's broadcasts about Remington Arms' plan to have a manufacturing facility in Huntsville, Alabama from this past February.
- WALA-TV recently broadcast a new promotional advertisement for the syndicated medical advice program "The Dr. Oz Show" with its host (Mehmet Oz) referring to their plan to add the program to their regular programming plans for Monday through Friday on the Monday of September 8th after WPMI-TV and WJTC-TV stop broadcasting it on a regular basis before then (he said the program would have a new station and a new timeslot (1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.) before referring to WALA-TV by their brand name "FOX 10") while standing in front of a still image of the studio where WALA-TV's local news programming was usually produced.
- WPMI-TV did not broadcast the National Broadcasting Company's (NBC) live preview of the 66th annual Primetime Emmy Awards ceremony (the preview was titled the "66th Primetime Emmy Red Carpet Special") this past Monday, August 25th (the preview took place between 6:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.), through either their main broadcast channel (radio frequency channel/virtual channel 15-1), their digital sub-channel (radio frequency channel/virtual channel 15-2), or their companion station WJTC-TV's only broadcast channel (radio frequency channel 45-1/virtual channel 44-1) (the main broadcast channel had this past Monday's edition of the entertainment news program "Entertainment Tonight" at the time of the preview while the sub-channel had WeatherNation programming and WJTC-TV's broadcast channel had a local news program from WPMI-TV).
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