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Beginning in June, BYUtv will enjoy full HD availability on all platforms across Utah through KBYU’s broadcasting license.With this change, KBYU Eleven will no longer be a member station of the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS).“KBYU Eleven has long been a proud member station of PBS.Likewise, BYUradio is the only Utah-based radio service available nationwide on Sirius XM.In addition to BYU Broadcasting’s offerings on traditional television and radio platforms, such as over-the-air, cable and satellite delivery, BYU Broadcasting has been a pioneer in digital delivery of its content.BYUradio also streams free of charge on the Internet at and will be broadcast over-the-air in Utah at 89.1 and 89.5 on the FM dial in June.BYUradio’s mixed format of live-hosted talk, entertainment, public affairs and classical music programming includes over 3,000 hours of original content each year, including hundreds of hours of live collegiate sports broadcasts.
BYUtv is a High Definition, non-commercial cable television network that creates original programming the entire family can enjoy together, including sketch comedy, history, music and documentary offerings.
The changes will take effect on June 30, 2018, at which time BYU Broadcasting will center all its resources and attention on two closely-correlated, multiplatform products, BYUtv and BYUradio.
In the Utah market, KBYU Eleven is currently available in HD across all platforms, including over-the-air, and on cable and satellite, while BYUtv is only available in HD on some of these platforms.
BYUtv was the first television network in the United States to stream all of its content live and unencrypted over the Internet.
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.
We have valued our relationship with KUED and appreciate that PBS fare will continue to be enjoyed across Utah through KUED.