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BYU TV (Brigham Young University). Live From The Brigham Young University. Brigham Young University Television (also known as BYUtv or BYU Television) is a cable/satellite television channel operated by Brigham Young University. BYUtv content originates from the university and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It is sometimes confused with KBYU-TV, a PBS member station in Provo, Utah also owned by BYU, but the two stations do not share the same schedule. While KBYU-TV is only available on Channel 11 in Salt Lake City and most of Utah through translator stations and cable/sateliite, BYUtv is broadcast nationwide via Verizon FiOS, Dish Network and DirecTV, and worldwide at BYU.tv. BYUtv's signal however is simulcast in the Salt Lake City market (and digital translators) over KBYU-TV's 11.2 subchannel, assuring full coverage for the network within that market. BYUtv delivers programming to viewers across the globe through direct satellite broadcast services (for example, Dish and DirecTV), cable carriers in select areas, the church satellite system, and internet streaming. In 2007, BYUtv launched a new channel, BYU Television International, which features programming in the Spanish and Portuguese languages. The intended audiences of BYUtv are alumni and friends of the University, members of the LDS Church, and others who are interested in the beliefs and values of the Church and their associated educational institutions. Availability: The network is currently available to more than 40 million cable and DTH (direct-to-home) satellite subscribers in the United States. BYUtv is available on cable in Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, California, Florida, Hawaii, Idaho, Michigan, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Washington, Wisconsin and Wyoming. BYUtv is working to add additional cable carriers across the United States, and in 2007 Charter Communications launched the channel nationwide on their digital religious tier. BYUtv can also be found through online streaming provided by Move Networks, on the Dish Network and DirecTV pay-satellite services, and free to air via Galaxy 28 and 19 in DVB-S format. Content: The content carried on BYUtv comes primarily from the campuses of Brigham Young University (BYU-Provo, BYU-Idaho, and BYU-Hawaii) and from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Additional content is provided by independent producers and Bonneville International (including KSL-TV). The station's daily programming lineup includes: BYU devotionals and forums CES and Church firesides General Conference broadcasts and rebroadcasts BYU Education Week and Women’s Conferences BYU sporting events, both in archive and current-day form BYU musical performances Music and the Spoken Word Center Street and Family Times BYU documentaries BYU and CES faculty discussions and symposia Tributes programming after the passing of the President of the Church!
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