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TV news presenters publicly thank emergency workers on behalf of their station

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Mel Showers of WKRG-TV used his station's local 10:00 p.m. newscast for Thursday, January 30th, to publicly thank emergency workers (or "first responders", as he called them) who responded to frozen precipitation that arrived in parts of the station's local broadcast area on Tuesday, January 28th, and Wednesday, January 29th, on behalf of the station. His colleague Devon Walsh also thanked those workers on behalf of the station (she also called them "first responders") for the same reasons for an advertisement the station would broadcast on Friday, January 31st.

(update notice: the Mobile TV Examiner article titled "Comcast to change how their TV Guide Network programming is provided locally" was updated)

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