According to a message posted on the official Facebook page for Alabama Public Television (APT) on Monday, February 11th, by an administrator for the page, Comcast Cablevision of Mobile had problems retransmitting audio from WEIQ-TV, the APT network station for the Mobile, Alabama-Pensacola, Florida TV market, through their cable TV system over the weekend of Sunday, February 10th. The administrator was responding to a message posted there on February 10th by a visitor of the page about why she was not receiving audio with an episode of "Downton Abbey", a dramatic TV program APT was presenting through their network on February 10th (the administrator posted a response to her message asking if she was a Comcast customer in the Mobile metro area, to which she responded with a yes, before posting another message informing her about the audio problems in the cable TV system operated by Comcast Cablevision of Mobile. Even though she did not state how she was receiving "Downton Abbey" in Mobile, she thanked the administrator for the last message).
According to two other messages on the Facebook page the administrator posted on February 11th, someone in the network operations center for APT said the signal for their main programming "went out clean" to WEIQ-TV and the other stations stations in their network. The administrator was responding to a message a visitor of the page posted on February 10th about video problems with WEIQ-TV's programming retransmitted by AT&T U-verse in Mobile and a message another visitor posted on February 10th asking if there were any plans for APT to rebroadcast the same episode of "Downton Abbey" APT presented through their network on February 10th (the administrator's response to the visitor included a link to a page on the official World Wide Web site for APT with a list of dates and times for future network presentations of the episode).
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