Monday, August 20, 2018

News for Sunday, August 19th, 2018

  • Some Facebook and Twitter pages related to WJTC-TV appeared to had received some messages from their administrations concerning a certain name for a certain type of "broadcast" on the Tuesday of the seventh day of this August whereas a certain World Wide Web site related WJTC-TV appeared to had received an article from its own administration concerning a a certain"schedule" for WJTC-TV involving that name dated for that Tuesday. 
  • The local news program that appeared on the main broadcast channel for WKRG-TV during the first half of the hour of 6:00 p.m. on the Saturday of the eighteenth day of this August ("WKRG News 5 at 6") appeared to have had one of its news presenters (Jason Carter) saying, All right, hopefully good enough conditions for some gator hunters to bring in some big beasts tonight" immediately after appearing to have had one of its reporters (a weather reporter named Thomas Geboy saying, "We could definitely beat the weather and hopefully a few of you beat the weather and don't have to deal with some rain, but if you're heading out tonight make sure you grab the umbrella. Showers and thunderstorms. More of the same tomorrow morning; better conditions are on the horizon, though. Finally." 
  • The local news program that appeared on the main broadcast channel for WKRG-TV 5:00 p.m. this Sunday ("WKRG News 5 at 5") appeared to have had its news presenter (the Jason Carter mentioned in the paragraph above this one) saying, "A piece of Mobile history will soon be torn down. The old WABB building on Springhill and Catherine was supposed to be torn down last Friday, but, it's still standing. It's expected to be torn down in the next few weeks. Now coming up tonight at ten, we're going to hear from some former employees -- some of those disc jockeys of the acclaimed station -- and why this old building played such a big role in the spread of top-forty music nationwide" (note: the local news program that appeared on the channel during the first half of the hour of 10:00 p.m. this Sunday appeared to have had a similar presentation involving the same news presenter and a certain video involving a certain report related to the building (note #2: a certain World Wide Web site related to WKRG-TV appeared to have had what might or might not have been a recording of this presentation with an article involving details similar to certain parts of it with details that were not part of it)). 
  • The local news program that appeared on the main broadcast channel for WALA-TV during the hour of 9:00 p.m. on the Saturday of the eighteenth day of this August ("FOX 10 News at 9:00 p.m.") appeared to have had its news presenter (Shelby Myers) saying, "Well FOX 10 News is committed to letting you know about job opportunities in Baldwin County. A Texas-sized travel center off I-ten east in Robertsdale is hiring. When completed, Buc-ee's will feature one hundred and twenty gas pumps, but it's for cars only -- so no big rigs. The travel center is quickly taking shape off I-ten. Buc-ee's is based out of Texas and this is the first center built outside that state. [They'll be] opening later this year and they need help, lots of help. There are over two hundred open positions to be exact; so, if you want to apply, just ahead over to the Foley Career Center on West Michigan Avenue. We have all this information and more on our Web site: FOX10TV dot com" for one of its presentations without explaining the "Texas-sized" and "Buc-ee's" parts of it (note: the program appeared to have had a digital graphic involving texts of "ROBERTSDALE", "COMMITTED TO YOU", and "BALDWIN COUNTY" and some separate digital graphics involving texts of, "COMING SOON: BUC-EE'S", "TRAVEL CENTER LOOKING TO FILL 200+ POSITIONS" before appearing to have had a separate graphic involving texts of, "BUC-EE'S TRAVEL CENTER HIRING", "BALDWIN COUNTY", "200+ Openings", "Apply at Foley Career Center", "200 W. Michigan Ave.", and, "More info: www.fox10tv.com").

Sunday, August 19, 2018

News for Saturday, August 18th, 2018

  • A certain Facebook page related to a certain member of the news operation for WALA-TV named Kati Weis appeared to have had received a certain video and a certain message related to the member involving the word "birthday" on the Thursday of the sixteenth day of this August.
  • The local news program that appeared on the main broadcast channel for WALA-TV during the hour of 5:00 p.m. on the Friday of the seventeenth day of the month of August for the calendar year 2018 ("FOX 10 News at 5:00 p.m.") appeared to have had one of its news presenters (Lenise Ligon and Byron Day) questioning the other immediately after presenting one of its reports at least once (hyperlink to transcript of what appeared to had occurred at least once). 
  • The local news program that appeared on the main broadcast channel for WKRG-TV during the first half of the hour of 10:00 p.m. on the Friday of the seventeenth day of this August ("WKRG News 5 at 10") appeared to have had a part of it related to sports immediately after after appearing to have had a part of it related to weather unlike those of its previous appearances on the channel in that period of time before this Friday in recent times (note: those previous appearances usually appeared to have had breaks in between such parts). 
  • A certain local TV program dedicated to entertainment and lifestyles that appeared on the main broadcast channel for WALA-TV during the hour of 9:00 a.m. on the Friday of the seventeenth day of this August ("Studio 10") appeared to have had one of its hosts (Chasity Byrd) saying, "Chef didn't know about your skills -- singing" and the other one (Joe Emer) saying, "Well yeah, well, well we're going to fire it up, party style, with Rouses in here. He said he cooks, uh, with the New Orleans TV stations. A lot happening to have him here with us in Mobile throwing down. Can't wait to get that started" immediately afterwards for a certain part of it involving a certain guest of theirs (note #1: at least one of those parts appeared to have had some digital graphics with texts of "Nino Thibodaux" and "Rouses Markets" over the guest (note #2: a certain World Wide Web site related to WALA-TV appeared to have had what might or might not had been recordings of parts of the program involving the guest)).
  • The local news program mentioned in the second paragraph from the top of this report  appeared to have had one of its news presenters (Lenise Ligon) saying, "It's been forty-nine years since Hurricane Camille made landfall -- a cat-five storm came ashore alone the Mississippi coast, killed two hundred fifty six people and caused one point five million dollars' worth of damage" and the other one (Byron Day) saying, "I remember it well -- because all wind measuring instruments were destroyed by the storm. Researchers estimate Camille's sustained winds at more than a hundred eighty-miles an hour with wind gusts at more than two hundred miles an hour. The storm surge alone was over twenty-four feet when it blasted ashore near Pass Christian and Bay Saint Louis" immediately afterwards (note: the program appeared to have had a certain video with some digital graphics involving texts of "49 YEARS SINCE CAMILLE" and "WIND SPEEDS PEAKED AT 175 MPH" for much of what it appeared to have had the news presenters saying). 
  • The local news program that appeared on the main broadcast channel for WKRG-TV during the first half of the hour of 12:00 p.m. on the Friday of the seventeenth day of this August ("WKRG News 5 at Noon") appeared to have had its news presenter (Bill Riales) saying, "Still to come, it's been forty-nine years since Camille struck the gulf coast -- we look back at the deadly hurricane when we return" and, "Well today is the forty-ninth anniversary of Hurricane Camille -- the monster category five storm made landfall in the Mississippi coast, but battered areas of the Mobile coast as well. This is file video of that damage. The storm hit in nineteen sixty-nine. Camille is one of three hurricanes in the United States to hit as a category five. Roads were flooded out in Bayou La Batre -- a tornado reported even in Pensacola. Two hundred fifty-six people lost their lives in the storm. According to the National Weather Service, Camille's estimated land fall winds were two miles per hour. Camille also had the second lowest pressure on record for a land-falling hurricane in the U-S" (note: the program appeared to have had a certain video with some some digital graphics involving texts of "MORNING HEADLINES", "TODAY MARKS THE 49TH ANNIVERSARY OF HURRICANE CAMILLE", and "ONE OF THREE CATEGORY 5 HURRICANES TO MAKE LANDFALL" for much of what it appeared to have had the news presenter saying). 

Saturday, August 18, 2018

News for Friday, August 17th, 2018

(note: part of a previous report for this weblog named "News for Thursday, August 16th, 2018" was amended)
  • A certain Facebook page related to WALA-TV appeared to had received a certain video with a certain message involving text of "FOX10 News producers take a Fri-Yay break to give their propers to Aretha Franklin, the Queen of Soul. #respect" from its administration this Friday. 
  • The local news program that appeared on the main broadcast channel for WALA-TV during the first half of the hour of 10:00 p.m. on the Wednesday of the fifteenth day of this August ("FOX 10 News at 10:00 p.m.") appeared to have had one of its news presenters (Lenise Ligon) saying, "It's news we never wanted to hear" for one of its presentations.
  • A certain Facebook page related to WKRG-TV appeared to had received a live video related to a certain news program for WKRG-TV (named "WKRG News 5 This Morning") from its this Friday (note #1: the page appeared to had received videos similar to this one over the past year (note #2: the videos usually appeared beside texts of either "FACEBOOK FRIDAY" or "Facebook Friday").  
  • The local news program that appeared on the main broadcast channel for WKRG-TV during the first half of the hour of 5:00 p.m. this Friday ("WKRG News 5 at 5") appeared to have had one of its reporters (a news reporter named Drexel Gilbert) appear in either two or three different locations next to each other simultaneously for a certain report (note: a certain part of a certain World Wide Web site related to WKRG-TV appeared to have had a video of what might or might had not been a recording of a certain part of the program involving this occurrence).   
  • The local news program that appeared on the main broadcast channel for WALA-TV during the first half of the hour of 10:00 p.m. on the Thursday of the sixteenth day of this August ("FOX 10 News at 10:00 p.m.") appeared to have had one of its reporters (a weather reporter named Jason Smith) saying, "Look at the futurecast -- really showing a lot of activity along the coast in the morning. You can see this play out again tomorrow morning; you might want to check in with Michael for updates" for a certain part of it related to weather without explaining the "Michael" part of it (note: this is what the program appeared to have had the reporter saying immediately afterwards for the part of it related to weather: "Destin, Pensacola, Baldwin County may be dodging some showers, and those will continue through about the middle part of the morning and then things will develop a little bit more on shore...").  
  • The local news program that appeared on the main broadcast channel for WKRG-TV during the second half of the hour of 4:00 a.m. and the hours of 5:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. this Friday ("WKRG News 5 This Morning") appeared to have had one of its news presenters (Jessica Taloney) saying, "Big brother is watching and it's making it harder for criminals to hide from law enforcement. News 5's Jason Carter reports from a new technology center being used to help police fight crime" before appearing to have had a certain video involving a certain report and some digital graphics and texts of "CRIME ALERT", "GULF COAST TECHNOLOGY CENTER OPENS", and "COVERING MOBILE" (note: a certain World Wide Web site related to WKRG-TV appeared to have had a video similar to this for what appeared to had been a recording of a separate news program for the news operation at WKRG-TV).  
  • The local news programs that appeared on the main broadcast channel for WALA-TV during the hour of 9:00 p.m. and the first half of the hour of 10:00 p.m. on the Wednesday of the fifteenth day of this August ("FOX 10 News at 9:00 p.m." for the period of time mentioned first; "FOX 10 News at 10:00 p.m." for the period of time mentioned second) appeared to had faded to black slower than usual immediately before at least of their breaks from appearing on the channel in those periods of time that day (note: the first program appeared to have had a reporter (named Steve Alexander Ozenovich) and some digital graphics involving texts of "BREAKING NEWS", "AUBREIGH PASSES AWAY", "YOUNG CANCER PATIENT TOUCHED MANY LIVES" immediately before fading that way before one of those breaks and a static image appearing behind texts of "R. I. P. AUBREIGH" and "2007 - 2018" before  fading that way before another one of those breaks whereas the second program appeared to have had a similar image appearing behind some digital graphics with texts of "AUBREIGH NICOLAS 2007 - 2018" immediately before fading that way before one of its own breaks).

Friday, August 17, 2018

News for Thursday, August 16th, 2018 (amended)

(amendment note: the third paragraph below this sentence was amended (specifically the part of it involving words such as "static images")
  • The local news program that appeared on the main broadcast channel for WALA-TV during the first half of the hour of 10:00 p.m. on the Tuesday of the fourteenth day of this August ("FOX 10 News at 10:00 p.m.") appeared to have had one of its news presenters (Lenise Ligon) saying, "Listen, happy first day back to school for Baldwin County public schools and all of our students -- that they're sleeping -- have a good school year!" for the last twenty seconds of its appearance on the channel in that period of time that day.   
  • The local news program that appeared on the main broadcast channel for WKRG-TV during the first half of the hour of 10:00 p.m. on the Tuesday of the fourteenth day of this August ("WKRG News 5 at 10") appeared to have had one of its news presenters (Devon Walsh) saying, "New at ten o'clock: a huge shark was caught out in Pensacola Bay over the weekend and the whole thing was captured on video. Whoa! Jack Moran and his friend David shared this video with us. You can see that no boat was required for this catch. the twelve-foot tiger shark was reeled in off the beach. Jack hooked it, but it took a community to bring the monster to shore. If you want to see the full video, we got it posted on our Web site, WKRG dot com" for one of its reports (along with a certain video with some digital graphics and texts of "CAUGHT ON CAMERA", "GIANT TIGER SHARK CAUGHT IN PENSACOLA BAY", and "COURTESY JACK MORAN & DAVID" for much of the presentation of this report).    
  • The local news program that appeared on the main broadcast channel for WKRG-TV during the first half of the hour of 10:00 p.m. on the Wednesday of the fifteenth day of this August ("WKRG News 5 at 10") appeared to have had one of its news presenters (Rose Ann Haven) saying, "News 5 asked for your back to school pictures and our viewers delivered. We have received hundreds of photos from you over the past two weeks, like this one of Alyssa Tuberville and Olivia Bundy; they are eight graders at Central Baldwin Middle School. To see all of the pictures you've sent in, visit our Web site at WKRG dot com. We've put together a slideshow of all of the young scholars" (along with some static images appearing behind some digital graphics involving texts of "BACK TO SCHOOL PICTURES" and "SEE SLIDE SHOW ON WKRG.COM" for much of what it appeared to have had the news presenter saying) and one of its reporters (a weather reporter named Alan Sealls) saying, "Let's start with sub-tropical storm Ernesto -- you're saying wait a minute, wasn't there a sub-tropical storm Debby last week. It was, and it was actually in the same position, virtually in the same position as Ernesto" (for a part of it related to weather). 
  • The local news program that appeared on the main broadcast channel for WALA-TV during the first half of the hour of 10:00 p.m. on the Tuesday of the fourteenth day of this August ("FOX 10 News at 10:00 p.m.") appeared to have had one of its news presenters (Byron Day) saying, "New research at the University of California/Berkley finds getting more sleep makes you more attractive. Authors behind this study have examined how people reacted to seeing video clips of other people expressing their opinions and rated them on how lonely they seemed. Sleep deprived -- I'm reading -- sleep deprived people were rated as lonelier and less socially desirable. The study's authors say their experiment is the first to examine the effects of sleep deprivation not just on people, but also those with whom they interact [note: the program appeared to have had a certain video with some digital graphics and texts of "EFFECTS OF LOSING SLEEP", "STUDY: LESS SLEEP MAKES YOUR LESS ATTRACTIVE" by this point]. Hey, Cal/Berkley, what can you say? We're coming right back with one final look at the weather with our chief meteorologist Jason Smith right after we take a nap [note #2: the program appeared to have had a video of a certain location with digital graphics with texts of "LIVE", "DAUPHIN'S CAM", and "COLUMBIA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY" by this point immediately before one of its breaks from appearing on the channel in this period of time that day]". 

Thursday, August 16, 2018

News for Wednesday, August 15th, 2018

  • A certain World Wide Web site related to a certain company based in southwest Alabama specialized in publishing named Lagniappe appeared to have had an article dated for this Wednesday related to broadcasting in this area named "Split up Mobile-Pensacola TV media market" (note: a certain World Wide Web site named Issuu appeared to had received a certain publication related to the company involving the same commentary on the Tuesday of the fourteenth day of this August).   
  • A certain Internet video stream that usually appeared to have had local news programming for WALA-TV in recent times was often inaccessible during the local news programming they had during the hour of 9:00 p.m. on the Tuesday of the fourteenth day of this August (note: the stream appeared to have had recordings of only some of the local news programming they had during the first half of the hour of 10:00 p.m. afterwards that day between then and some of the morning hours for this Wednesday).
  • The local news program that appeared on the main broadcast channel for WKRG-TV during the first half of the hour of 6:00 p.m. on the Tuesday of the fourteenth day of this August ("WKRG News 5 at 6") appeared to have had one of its reporters (a sports reporter named Randy Patrick Setterstrom) saying, "And the Spartan Races are coming back to Saraland. Today they announced that the Spartan Races will be holding two events over two days: the weekend of March fifteenth through seventeenth of twenty nineteen...and they'll have a Alabama super, which will consist of a ten-mile course, and they'll have a sprint race, which is a three-mile course, and then they'll have the Mel Showers course, which is about -- which is --" and a news presenter for the program named "Mel Showers" saying, "The easiest. Thank you, Randy. More in just a moment" immediately afterwards immediately before one of its breaks from appearing on the channel in that period of time that day. 
  • The local news program that appeared on the main broadcast channels for WALA-TV during the hour of 9:00 p.m. on the Wednesday of the eighth day of this August ("FOX 10 News at 9:00 p.m.) appeared to have have had one of its news presenters conducting an interview with a certain "Mary Kim" by telephone whereas the one that appeared on the channel during the first half of the hour of 10:00 p.m. afterwards that day ("FOX 10 News at 10:00 p.m.") appeared to have had one of its reporters (Lee Peck) conducting another interview with a certain "Mary Kim" while beside each other (note #1: the local news program that appeared on the main broadcast channel for WKRG-TV during the first half of the hour of 10:00 p.m. that day ("WKRG News 5 at 10:00") appeared to have had one of its own news presenters (Rose Ann Haven) also conducting an interview with a certain "Mary Kim" by telephone (note #2: a certain World Wide Web related to WKRG-TV appeared to had been used by its administration to upload what might or might had not been a recording of this part of that program that day)).
  • The local news program that appeared on the main broadcast channel for WALA-TV during the hour of 5:00 p.m. on the Tuesday of the fourteenth day of this August ("FOX 10 News at 9:00 p.m.") appeared to have had one of its news presenters (Byron Day) saying, "Ok, we'll get Jason's mike straighten out in a second" immediately after appearing to have had some videos involving animated graphics resembling text of "STORM TRACKER", a beach with digital graphics resembling texts of "LIVE" and "THE HANGOUT", and some animated graphics resembling texts of "BACK TO SCHOOL" and "BALDWIN COUNTY" with audio of a certain disembodied voice being used to say, "Back to school, Baldwin County" before appearing to have have a video similar to the one mentioned first and a video similar to the one mentioned second with audio of a certain other disembodied voice being used to say, "Ok, here's a look at the beach" before appearing to have had a video of a certain reporter for the program named Jason Smith appearing to use that voice for a report related to weather immediately afterwards. 

Wednesday, August 15, 2018

News for Tuesday, August 14th, 2018

  • A certain part of a certain installment of a certain TV program for WKRG-TV named "WKRG Sports Overtime" appeared to have had a certain video named "Nick Saban Out of Context" (note: a certain Facebook page related to a certain presenter for the program (Robby Baker) appeared to have had received a certain video similar to the one mentioned earlier in this paragraph from its administration on the Monday of the thirteenth day of this August). 
  • A certain local TV program dedicated to entertainment and lifestyles that appeared on the main broadcast channel for WALA-TV during the hour of 9:00 a.m. on the Monday of the thirteenth day of this August ("Studio 10") appeared to have had one of its hosts (Joe Emer) riding a bicycle around its set and a digital graphic with text of "PREVIOUSLY AIRED 3/12/18" during at least one part of its broadcast in that period of time that day (note: it appeared to have had such a graphic for a part of it related to cooking).  
  • The local news program that appeared on the main broadcast channel for WKRG-TV during the first half of the hour of 6:00 p.m. on the Monday of the thirteenth day of this August ("WKRG News 5 at 6") appeared to have had audio of a news presenter named Mel Showers saying, "And coming up on CBS prime time, it's 'Mom' at seven o'clock,  then it's 'Life in Pieces' at seven thirty, followed by two new shows: 'Salvation' at eight o'clock clock, and 'Elementary' at nine, and of course stick around and watch News 5 at ten o'clock with Mel Showers, Devon Walsh, Randy Patrick, and Alan Sealls", and some audio of a separate being giggling immediately after the words "Mel Showers" were said (note: the voice had sounded similar to the voice that the other news presenter for the program (Devon Walsh) while appearing to have had some digital graphics involving texts of "MONDAY PRIMETIME LINEUP", "MOM", "LIFE IN PIECES" "SALVATION", and "ELEMENTARY", "7PM", "7:30PM", "8PM", and "9PM" and some separate graphics resembling text of "CBS". 
  • The local news program that appeared on the main broadcast channel for WKRG-TV during the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m. on the Sunday of the twelfth day of this August ("WKRG News 5 This Morning: Sunday") appeared to have had its news presenter (Chad Petri) saying, "And talk about a show of patriotism; two soldiers being praised for rushing into a violent storm to save a fallen flag. It happened outside the Top Gun shooting store in Taylor, Michigan. Strong storm -- moving through -- causing the flagpole outside the door to snap. Army sergeants Jared Ferguson and Eric Barkhorn were in the store when it happened. The pair quickly went outside to the fallen flag, brought it inside, properly folded it -- the store reportedly sustained more than seventy thousand dollars in damage, but thanks to these soldiers' actions, at least Old Glory is safe and sound. Huh, that's quite a bit a bit of work there, luckily we will not be seeing any storms like that today or will we" while appearing to have had a certain video involving digital graphics and texts of "SOLDIERS SAVE FALLEN FLAG FROM VIOLENT STORM" and "TAYLOR, MI" (note: the program appeared to have had a certain reporter (a weather reporter named Taylor Sarallo) saying, "Well, chance that you will see one, very small" beside the news presenter immediately afterwards).
  • The local news program that appeared on the main broadcast channel for WALA-TV during the hour of 5:00 p.m. on the Monday of the thirteenth day of this August ("FOX 10 News at 5:00 p.m.") appeared to have had an animated sequence with graphics resembling text of "BREAKING NEWS" before appearing to have had its news presenter (Byron Day) saying, " Hey we had breaking news at this hour: FOX 10 News has just received word we have won a lawsuit in pursuit of transparency from the city of Mobile. This means the city of Mobile is required to release body cam video of a particular controversial incident. Our investigative reporter Kati Weis has been following every detail of this suit since we filed it last year. She joins us now in the newsroom with more on this story. Kati", one of its reporters (Kati Weis) saying, "Well Byron, this is the ruling that just came down less than an hour ago from Judge Rick Stout in Mobile County Circuit Court. Now we're still reading over this four-page document, but it does say that the city of Mobile is required to release the body cam video of the twenty sixteen paint the cannon incident within fourteen days. Now the video is said to show officers pepper spraying McGill students at the cannon at the loop in mid-town Mobile back in twenty sixteen after a football game. Then-police chief James Barber apologized for his officers' actions that night, but refused to release the body cam video which would allow the public an opportunity to see exactly what happened. In fourteen days or less, though, we should know how those police officers behaved that night thanks to FOX 10 News' incessant pursuit of transparency from city officials. Now again, as I said, Byron, I'll be looking into this ruling tonight, and we'll bring you a full report tonight on 'FOX 10 News' at nine on what it says about the release of this body camera video that we've been trying to get a copy of for two years now. Reporting live from the newsroom, I'm Kati Weis, FOX 10 News" immediately afterwards, and the news presenter saying, "Significant news, very significant news. Kati, thank you very much" immediately afterwards while appearing to have had some static digital graphics with texts of "BREAKING CAM" "BODY CAM LAWSUIT RULING" and "JUDGE ORDERS VIDEO RELEASED" for one of its presentations (note #1: the local news programs that appeared on the channel during the hour of 9:00 p.m. and the first half of the hour of 10:00 p.m. that day ("FOX 10 News at 9:00 p.m." and "FOX 10 News at 10:00 p.m." respectively) appeared to have had similar presentations involving the same news presenter and reporter (note #2: a certain World Wide Web site related to WALA-TV appeared to have had what might or might had not been a recording of the one that appeared on the channel during the first half of the hour of 10:00 p.m. that day)).

Tuesday, August 14, 2018

News for Monday, August 13th, 2018

(note: a certain part of the previous report for this weblog ("News for Sunday, August 12th, 2018") was amended)
  • The local news program that appeared on the main broadcast channel for WALA-TV during the hour of 9:00 p.m. on the Wednesday of the eighth day of this August ("FOX 10 News at 9:00 p.m.") appeared to have had one of its reporters (a sports reporter named Bri MacNaught) saying, "Funeral arrangements have not been set yet, but to our thoughts and prayers are with the McCants family and to the entire Blount community" immediately after appearing to have had a certain video for one of its reports (note #1: a certain World Wide Web site related to WALA-TV appeared to have had a what might had or not had been a recording of the reporter saying this (note #2: the local news program that appeared on the channel during the first half of the hour of 10:00 p.m. that day ("FOX 10 News at 10:00 p.m.") appeared to have had one of its news presenters (Byron Day) saying, "Funeral arrangements have not yet been set for Chris, but our thoughts and prayers certainly with the McCants family and the entire Blount community" immediately after appearing to have had the video mentioned earlier in this paragraph)).
  • The beginning of a certain part of a certain installment of a certain TV program for WKRG-TV named "WKRG Sports Overtime" appeared to have had a certain presenter (Robby Baker) saying, "Well hello everybody and welcome in to WKRG Sports Overtime late edition here. We thank you so much for staying up late. We're signing on tonight the same time we usually sign off, but it's ok, I appreciate everybody for staying up late on a Sunday and you'll be treated to a jam-packed show tonight and we start as always -- even the late edition -- with the opening drive", a certain video involving text of the words "opening drive" and audio of the presenter saying, "Guys, Tiger is back! PGA Championship final round today --  It's the reason we're start off late tonight, but I don't even care -- Tiger Woods shot a six under in the final round. We thought he was going to do it, but then Brooks Koepaka said, 'No majors for you, Tiger!' Brooks Koepaka, won the U-S Open and the PGA Championship this year, in the same year. It's the first time that's happened since two thousand, when a guy named Tiger Woods did it" (note #1: the video also appeared to have had some digital graphics and texts of "BROOKS KOEPKA WINS PGA CHAMPIONSHIP" and "TIGER FINISHES 2ND" (note #2:  the beginning of a separate part of the installment appeared to have had the same presenter saying, "Well welcome back everybody to Sports Overtime late night edition. If you are still up with us on a Sunday night, I thank you very much -- you are a rock star -- and I thank you for being here"). 
  • The local news program that appeared on the main broadcast channel for WALA-TV during the hour of 9:00 p.m. on the Sunday of the twelfth day of this August ("FOX 10 News at 9:00 p.m.") appeared to have had one of its news presenters (Lee Peck) saying, "It's alligator season in the state of Alabama and those that hunt gators know that there isn't a lot of time to do it in the state. This is the first of two weekends for the event -- just look at some of the catches brought in at five-rivers Delta Center on the Causeway [note: the program appeared to have had a certain video involving some digital graphics and texts of "ALLIGATOR HUNTING" and "ONLY ONE WEEKEND LEFT" by this point] -- now if you want to hunt gators in the future, you have to apply for tags. Some other things to keep in mind: in Alabama you have to hunt for gators in open water-- no bait can be used. You can shine lights on top of the water, and if you see some red eyes, there is a good chance...that it's a gator. You can also use things like harpoons to help you catch the gator. The gator hunt continues next week at sunset Thursday" and a certain reporter (a weather reporter named Matt Barrentine) saying, "Darn, right?" for a certain report related to weather (transcript of part of the report in which those words were used: Matt Barrentime: There are a few tropical waves, now, coming off of Africa, but they don't look like they have much of a chance because the conditions out there just aren't just very good, that the the water temperatures are cooler than they what they usually are due to Saharan dust that came off of Africa and kind of kept the water temperatures down out there -- not up around eighty degrees --  and these storms have to move pretty far west to find better water and when they do they'll run into some upper level winds, so things are going to be struggling down there in the tropics. Darn, right? Ha ha. So it's good to see that hopefully it'll keep things quiet for a while as we go into the height of hurricane season here. The longer we can hold onto this, the better off we'll be. So we'll keep things -- we'll keep an eye on things, but it looks pretty good for now.).