Google Fiber contemplating L.A. and Chicago deployments; AT&T GigaPower rolls out in 38 more cities

More cable news from across the Web:

> Google Fiber is talking to city officials about possibly bringing its Internet service to Los Angeles and Chicago. The Verge story

> AT&T said it will roll its 1 Gbps GigaPower service out to an additional 38 U.S. metropolitan areas. CED Magazine story

> TiVo says only 40 percent of millennial-aged consumers are using pay-TV regularly. Press release

> Streaming video now accounts for 70 percent of broadband traffic, according to the latest Sandvine research. Re/code story

> Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman downplayed speculation regarding the health of company Chairman Sumner Redstone, telling investor conference attendees that the mogul has "an incredible will to live and enjoyment of life." Variety story

Telecom News

> GCI has completed the buildout of its 1 Gbps network in Anchorage, Alaska, setting the stage for a larger deployment throughout its service territory. Article

Wireless News

> T-Mobile doubled the number of its postpaid net additions during the four-day period from Black Friday to Cyber Monday compared to the same period in 2014, company executives said at an investor conference. And T-Mobile posted a churn rate of 1.43 percent in October and November, substantially lower than the 1.74 percent it reported during the same time last year. Article

And finally…FiOS TV Director Maitreyi Kirshnaswamy told a panel audience that she has cut the cord. Light Reading story

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