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CHILDREN'S PROGRAMMING:

WVUA/WUOA present children's programming that is both educational and informational. Our children’s programming is designed to not only entertain children, but to assist them with the ability to think about the world around them.

If you would like to view our children’s program files, you may do so at Reese Phifer Hall on the campus of the University of Alabama, 901 University Blvd. Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35487 between the hours of 9:00 AM and 4:00 PM Monday through Friday.

 

CLOSED CAPTIONING:

"We are aware that not all movies shown on THIS tv are currently closed-captioned.  As you may know, THIS tv is a new network.  It's going to take us time and a lot of work to get all our movies closed captioned.  The FCC recognizes that creating a new network is enormous work and correspondingly gives new networks such as ours four years to be closed captioned.  Please know that we take great pride in our unique brand of programming and we are committed to providing THIS tv with closed captioning as soon as we reasonably can.  We are diligently working toward the goal of being fully captioned, but it's going to take some time." 

For the numerous programs that are captioned on the station; if captions become garbled or disappear suddenly, please contact: 


Contact Information for Immediate Complaints:
Dave Baughn
Chief Engineer
205-348-8622 (with voice mail capabilities)
205-348-6213 fax
dave@alabamatv.org

Or send written complaints to:
Roy Clem
WVUA/WUOA 
Box 870172
Tuscaloosa, AL

Before sending a formal written complaint, we recommend you first contact our Chief Engineer, Dave Baughn. We may be able to resolve your problem right away. We will respond to your complaint within 30 days.