- One of the standard-definition cable TV channels in the cable TV system operated by Comcast Cablevision of Mobile had a magnified (or "cropped") version of the programming feed for the main broadcast channel for WALA-TV this morning (it usually had a matted version of it since the year 2012*) (update: a more narrow version of the programming feed began appearing on the channel by the midday hours of this Monday (everything appeared thinner as a result)).
- A World Wide Web site specialized in obituaries named Legacy.com had a notice about a former TV announcer for WALA-TV named G. Douglas (Doug) Paul dying last Tuesday on the seventh day of this March (you may listen to some recordings of some of the announcements he did for some of the local news programming they had between the calendar years 1985 and 1995 through this hyperlink).
- One of the radio hosts for WABF-AM (Lori DuBose) had used some of their radio programming for this Monday (under the names "Community Contact" and "The Swap Shop") to compare some news reports for WALA-TV and WPMI-TV she said were at conflict (or "conflicting" to be precise) with each other (they were about a regular guest of their programming named Karin Wilson (the mayor of the city of Fairhope in southwest Alabama)).**
(**an amended version of the report for WPMI-TV was posted in place of it afterwards (the previous version was still available in its entirety through a World Wide Web site named the Internet Archive))