News of Note—The Blaze, CBS, AT&T, Discovery and ChyronHego

News of note
(Pixabay)

Here are the other stories we're following today:

> Glenn Beck’s The Blaze laid off more employees last week as M&A talks with owners of The Daily Wire broke down. Daily Beast report

> AT&T was reportedly interested in buying CBS in 2016 but was rebuffed by National Amusements' Shari Redstone. Wall Street Journal report

> ProSiebenSat.1 and Discovery have revealed plans to build a local streaming platform in Germany by integrating 7TV, maxdome and Eurosport Player in one place. Advanced Television article

> ChyronHego today announced the release of PRIME Graphics 3.0, the latest version of its universal graphics platform. Release

Suggested Articles

AT&T is reportedly under pressure again to sell off its DirecTV business as the satellite TV industry continues to rapidly lose customers.

Quibi is facing a patent infringement complaint from Eko and that suit may now have financial backing from activist fund Elliott Management.

Pressure continues to mount for pay TV providers to sideline sports fees during the coronavirus pandemic.