AT&T opens streaming to all 'NFL Sunday Ticket' subs; Verizon equipment and rep getting hammered amid strike

More cable news from across the web:

> Viacom reported a 3 percent drop in first-quarter revenue to $3 billion. Press release

> Viacom announced an advanced advertising deal to use aggregated audience data from Roku devices. Press release

> AT&T said all subscribers to DirecTV's NFL Sunday Ticket programming service will be able to stream games to their mobile devices next fall. Press release

> Google Fiber said its network is now operational in Nashville, Tenn. The Tennessean story

> Dealing with a two-week-old strike, Verizon said incidents of vandalism have been significantly increasing. Multichannel News story

Telecom News

> As Verizon's wireline workers represented by the Communications Workers of America (CWA) and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) continue with their labor strike, consumers' view of FiOS and Verizon Wireless have plummeted. Article

> Infinera reported first quarter revenue was $245 million, up from the $186.9 million in the first quarter of 2015, but a key concern for investors was the vendor's second quarter outlook. Article

Wireless Tech News

> Smart home, beacon, wearable and other nascent Internet of Things (IoT) applications will propel the wireless IoT connectivity market, with IoT to account for 28 percent of the wireless connectivity IC market by 2021, according to ABI Research. Article

> Samsung Electronics America might not be well-known its Wi-Fi offerings – it's been in the business a relatively short time compared with its history in cellular – but it powers the Wi-Fi network in Cleveland's I-X Center, which presented a significant coverage challenge. Article

Wireless News

> Samsung posted the fastest quarterly profit growth in its mobile business in nearly three years, cementing its status as the world's top smartphone vendor following Apple's disappointing quarter. But LG and Sony continued to struggle as growth in the worldwide handset market slows to a crawl. Article

And finally… TiVo's new Roamio OTA DVR will feature 1 terabyte of storage and will sell for $399.99 with no monthly fee when it hits retailer shelves May 2. Multichannel News story