Broadcom looks to divest cellular baseband biz; Disney upgrades apps

More cable industry news from across the Web:

> Chipmaker Broadcom has hired JP Morgan to help it explore the potential sale or wind-down of its cellular baseband business. Story.

> Disney has uprgraded the TV Everywhere apps for the Disney Channel, Disney XD and Disney Junior. Story

> A new research report from set-top maker Arris finds that 80 percent of polled consumers admit to binge viewing and 62 percent want more DVR storage. Post

> Comcast said "The Lego Movie" set a record for best first-week new-release sales at its electronic sell-through service, the Xfinity Digital Store. Story.

> NBCUniversal has launched a TV Everywhere app for its Esquire Network. Story

And finally... Broadcast and cable TV's upfront market is off to a slow start. Story.

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