- Darwin Singleton of the news department at WPMI-TV started taking his new position of news presenter for WPMI-TV's local morning news program ("Local 15 Today") on a regular basis this past Monday, August 4th, after being unable to do so last Friday, August 1st, due to his position of broadcasting live reports from Fort Morgan in Gulf Shores, Alabama (southeast of Mobile) for the program that day as part of its coverage of activities related to commemorating the Battle of Mobile Bay before its 150th anniversary today.
- WPMI-TV and WAVH-FM's (106.5) recent interviews with David Herndon of the Shriners Hospitals for Children were broadcast at the same time this past Monday as part of their local midday programs (the midday program for WPMI-TV was "Local 15 News at Noon", a local news program; the midday program for WAVH-FM's midday program was "Midday Mobile", a local news and discussion program) (you may access video of WPMI-TV's interview by selecting this link).
- Customers of the cable TV system operated by Comcast Cablevision of Mobile may be able to access programming from the SEC Network through the system upon their first broadcast expected to take place on the Thursday of August 14th during the current calendar year since the Comcast Corporation had a deal with the operators of the network to distribute their programming (these customers may learn more about how to access the network's programming by visiting the SEC Network section of the official World Wide Web site for Comcast shortly before and after the SEC Network starts broadcasting)
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