AT&T, Starz renew carriage deal; Online TV outstripping live TV as default entertainment

More cable news from across the Web:

> AT&T and Starz came to an agreement on a new multi-year carriage deal that would allow U-verse subscribers continued access to shows like "Power" and "Outlander." Deadline article

> Google Fiber's network build in Raleigh is underway. DSL Reports article

> Online TV is overtaking live TV as the default source of entertainment, according to a Hub Research report. Rapid TV News article

> The Board of Supervisors in Humboldt County, Calif., has written an opposition letter regarding a European company's proposed acquisition of Suddenlink Communications. Eureka Times-Standard article

> Univision subscribers will have digital access to the CONCACAF soccer tournament via NeuLion. MarketWatch article

Telecom News

> Verizon is bracing for a work stoppage as Communications Workers of America union members voted to authorize a work strike. Article

Online Video News

> Advertisers are tripling commitments to Google Preferred as YouTube watch times increase 60 percent. Article

Wireless News

> Verizon's forthcoming over-the-top mobile video service, Go90, will offer exclusive content for subscribers. Article

And finally… Charter's top executives met with FCC officials to encourage regulators to approve the company's proposed purchase of Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks. FCC filing

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