Oklahoma City entrepreneurs develop custom radio app

Oklahoma City-based startup Buzzam started with a daydream that 30-year-old software developer Josh Wright had of being able to have a TV channel that only played movies from his personal collection of DVDs.

BY BRIANNA BAILEY Published: February 5, 2013
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Oklahoma City-based startup Buzzam started with a daydream that 30-year-old software developer Josh Wright had of being able to have a TV channel that only played movies from his personal collection of DVDs.

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