Discovery's Zaslav took home $156M in 2014; Kentucky vs. Wisconsin averaged record 22.6M viewers

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> New versions of Roku streaming boxes, including a Roku 3 model with voice-search capabilities, are now available at retail. Story

> A month after the City of Minneapolis received a request from CenturyLink to compete with Comcast for video and broadband customers, St. Paul officials said they are looking to receive a similar request. Story

> The fourth-generation Apple TV device will not initially include support for 4K streaming. Story

> Discovery Networks CEO David Zaslav received $156.1 million in compensation in 2014, according to documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Story

> Moody's Investors Service has downgraded The Weather Channel from B1 to B2. Story

> While not disclosing much data, sources close to ESPN's deal with Snapchat say the partnership is yielding "eye-popping" numbers early on. Story

And finally … Saturday's NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament semifinal game between Kentucky and Wisconsin, which ran across TNT, TBS and trueTV, shattered cable ratings. Story

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