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

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> 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

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> 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

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