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WSFA 12 News being removed from cable in Dothan, Abbeville

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DOTHAN, AL (WSFA) -

On or around May 30th, WSFA 12 News will be removed from the Comcast Cable system and the WOW Cable system (formerly Knology) in the Dothan area (Dothan and Abbeville).

This is being done because a new NBC Network affiliate will launch in Dothan, operated by a television group other than Raycom Media. The cable systems are, therefore, legally required to take this action.

You can still watch all of WSFA 12 News' programming over the air by using an outdoor VHF/UHF antenna.  For information about the best antenna to use click the link at the top of the page.

Additionally, you can watch WSFA 12 News' Today In Alabama (5-7am), First at Four (4-5pm) and The News at Nine (9-9:30pm) over WDFX Fox 34 in Dothan. 

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