News of Note—BYU Broadcasting, Didja and BuzzFeed

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> BYU Broadcasting will consolidate its television operations, BYUtv, KBYU Channel Eleven and BYUtv International, into one, nationwide television network. Release

> Didja is a new startup that plans to offer mobile streaming of local broadcast signals for about $20 per month. TVNewsCheck article

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> The New York Times took a look at BuzzFeed's efforts to get into producing films and television shows. NYT article

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