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“This consolidation of services will allow our organization to focus, simplify and unify the future of our media portals.
At the same time, we will also be able to offer the Utah market comprehensive HD access to these major investments in content, including more than 500 hours annually of live HD collegiate sports programming.”BYUtv’s original programming, including Studio C, Granite Flats, Random Acts, American Ride and Story Trek as well as original music specials, feature films, docudramas and sports programming, has garnered 77 Emmy Awards over the last six years.
“We value our employees and the world-class service they provide our members.
We have a job for every eligible employee in good standing, and we have established a special, attractive relocation program to help retain as many employees as possible.
But as such, our schedule has been duplicative of KUED, the PBS member station at the University of Utah,” said Michael Dunn, managing director of BYU Broadcasting.
“By consolidating our services, we will be able to focus all our attention on creating and offering new original programming for both Utah and our growing nationwide audiences on BYUtv.
Likewise, BYUradio is the only Utah-based radio service available nationwide on Sirius XM.
Today, BYUtv content is available live and on-demand on multiple digital platforms, including over the Internet, Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire, Chromecast, Xbox One, Windows Media and digital apps for i OS and Android.
BYUradio will continue to offer its current mixed format of live locally-hosted talk, public affairs, educational and classical music programming.
Going forward, BYU Broadcasting will also continue to invest in and expand its Spanish-language content for audiences throughout Latin America as well as domestically in the United States.
BYUtv International, which had limited distribution across Latin America, will discontinue over-the-air, satellite and cable broadcasts.
This will enable BYU Broadcasting to further invest in international content available over its state-of-the-art streaming services offered at