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Even though J. B. Biunno's primary positions at WKRG-TV included reporting news about technology and creating World Wide Web content for WKRG-TV, he occasionally did reports about other subjects such as crime, education, and Fat Tuesday (Mardi Gras*) celebrations (he did live reports from downtown Mobile for WKRG-TV's special programming about the celebrations in their local broadcast area back on March 4th).

You may learn more about him by visiting his professional Facebook page for WKRG-TV, his Twitter page, his profile on LinkedIn, and his YouTube channel.

All Examiner.com articles about television and radio in Mobile, Alabama by the author are available in the Mobile TV Examiner section and the Mobile Radio Examiner section respectively. To learn about the most recent articles about TV and radio in Mobile, you may add distribution feeds for those sections to your Internet browsers (link for TV article feed and link for radio article feed) or subscribe to Examiner alerts for your electronic mailbox (link for TV article alerts and link for radio article alerts).

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