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News from the Mobile TV Examiner for Wednesday, August 27th, 2014

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  • WALA-TV had live reports from New Orleans, Louisiana on both their local morning news program ("FOX 10 Morning News") and their local entertainment and lifestyle program ("Studio 10") yesterday (Tuesday, August 26th) and today about New Orleans' second round of auditions for the 14th series (or season) of the national TV program "American Idol" (Cherish Lombard of WALA-TV provided the reports for both the first round and the second round).
  • WJTC-TV recently broadcast an advertisement with Matt McCoy of WRGV-FM (100.7; licensed to Pensacola, Florida, even though their radio studio is in Mobile) talking about a contest in which a resident of the local broadcast areas of WJTC-TV and WRGV-FM may win a trip to the fourth annual iHeartRadio Music Festival expected to take place in Las Vegas, Nevada on the Friday of September 19th and the Saturday of September 20th during the current calendar year if he or she were to watch WJTC-TV's 6:00 p.m. broadcast of the syndicated comedy "Modern Family" each night between today and this Saturday, August 30th (the first day of the contest was this past Monday, August 25th), for the "secret" word they would need for entering the contest on the official World Wide Web site for WRGV-FM (specifically its section for the contest) by 7:00 p.m. (you may access the rules for the contest by selecting this link)

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