Wheeler looks to change broadband definition to 25 Mbps; DVD and Blu-ray sales cratered 10% in 2014

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> FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler has proposed changing the definition of broadband from 4 Mbps downstream and 1 Mbps upstream to 25 Mbps downstream and 3 Mbps upstream. Story

> Sales of DVD and Blu-ray movie and TV titles declined 10 percent in 2014 to $6.9 billion, according to the home entertainment trade group DEG. Story

> Dish Network has reached a deal with Raleigh, N.C.-based Capitol Broadcasting, ending a blackout of WRAL-TV and FOX 50 that started Dec. 22. Story

> The National Cable TV Cooperative has signed a comprehensive multi-year licensing agreement to carry 13 Discovery Communications channels. Story

> Hearst TV has paid $3.1 million to acquire Birmingham, Ala., NBC affiliate WVTM-TV. Story

> EchoStar formally introduced its new home automation platform SAGE at CES, with the aim of a Q2 retail launch. Story

And finally ... TiVo has rolled out its $49.99 Roamio over-the-air DVR nationwide. Story

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