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Why Cable TV in Farmersville, CA

CableTV.com loves everything about cable TV in Farmersville. Here are some reasons why. Cable service is reliable; cable doesn't drop out in bad weather. Between the hundreds of HD channels and all the On Demand content, there is always something to watch. You'll get a better value with cable TV because the equipment is easier to install than satellite competitors require. Several providers offer specials like free equipment and convenient bundles with high-speed Internet and digital cable for a smaller fee each month. Plus cable is:

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Snow may mess up satellite, but itdoesn't faze cable

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How Farmersville, CA Watches TV

If you are looking for information about cable TV in Farmersville, CA, you've come to the right place. While 97% of Americans watch television as it is aired, almost half of all TV viewers also stream TV shows online. With streaming video, it makes sense that 72% of Americans bundle their cable TV and Internet services together. That would equal roughly 9,918 Farmersville residents watching broadcast programming, 4,908 who stream TV, and 7,362 with bundled cable TV and Internet subscriptions. And DVR use has increased nearly 4% since 2006. Today, 7% of all TV programming is seen at least one day after the original airdate.

Farmersville Cable Internet

If you are looking for a fast internet connection in Farmersville, you aren't alone. The 5% growth in California broadband penetration from 2009 to 2010, and now 3,272, of Farmersville residents are cable subscribers. Cable TV and Internet bundles are also becoming more popular. With download speeds of 5-10 Mbps, they provide a high-speed connection 2-7 Mbps faster than median broadband speeds. Not only are the speeds fast, but cable bundles save the average consumer $400 per year.

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Farmersville Born Actors

We're willing to bet that Farmersville, CA likes Jensen Ackles. He began his acting career in 1996 with roles in various TV programs. From 1998 - 2002, he portrayed Eric Brady on NBC's "Days of Our Lives." Ackles had recurring roles in two popular TV series, "Dark Angel" and "Smallville." Jensen currently plays Dean Winchester in the otherworldly and oft times tongue-in-check CW series "Supernatural." Ackles plays opposite Jared Padalecki who portrays his brother, Sam. Both are fighting evil forces from heaven and hell. Check out all the action on the WB with cable TV.

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