According to the official Facebook and Twitter pages for Fighting Owl Films, a movie company based in Mobile, WJTC-TV was still set to broadcast the company's new movie "Night of the Krampus" this Sunday, December 15th, between 6:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. (the movie was released onto digital video discs and YouTube* after the Mobile TV Examiner's first report about the station's plan to broadcast to movie was published in October 2013).
You may learn more about the movie by visiting the official World Wide Web site for Fighting Owl Films and their official YouTube channel (teasers for the movie are available there along with video of members of the movie's staff reading lines for the movie from around a table) in addition to their official Facebook and Twitter pages (updates on the development of the movie were posted on those pages constantly). You may also learn more about the movie's contributors by visiting the Internet Movie Database's page for the movie.
*amendment note: the version of the movie featured on YouTube has advertisements and the names of sponsors for the movie before the first scene and between other scenes. This explains why its length (28 minutes and 32 seconds, including the advertisements and names before the first scene) is longer than the one claimed by Amazon and the Twitter page for Fighting Owl Films (26 minutes according to them).
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