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Why Cable TV in Hermosa Beach, CA

There are so many reasons why we here at CableTV.com appreciate cable service. For starters, cable keeps you entertained with hundreds of all-digital HD channels, that don't depend on the weather being nice. It provides On Demand entertainment as well as movies, TV shows, and local programming. Cable TV is a better value because there is less equipment to buy or rent, and installation is easier. Most providers offer a free HD DVR, and you can bundle digital cable with high-speed internet--which is faster than DSL--and only pay one bill every month. Plus cable is:

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Watching Cable TV in Hermosa Beach

Ever wonder how many people still watch broadcast television? Or how popular TV content has become online? You can learn so much about cable TV in Hermosa Beach, CA by looking at larger trends. Approximately 97% of people watch regularly scheduled programming, even though 48% also stream some TV online and 7% watch some of their shows later, from their DVRs. And, 72% of Americans bundle their cable subscriptions with high-speed Internet, and one-third of Americans own four or more televisions.

With a population of 19,933 that means in Hermosa Beach there are::

  • 19,335 people who watch broadcast TV
  • 9,568 people who stream TV online
  • 1,395 people who regularly use DVRs
  • 14,352 people with bundled services
  • 6,578 people with a plethora of plasma-screens

Hermosa Beach Cable Internet

If you're interested in why Hermosa Beach residents are combining their cable TV and Internet, you're not alone. The team at CableTV.com asked the same questions. Here's what we found. Hermosa Beach has more high-speed Internet than it used to. From 2009 to 2010 it grew 5% to represent roughly 14,551 people. Getting Internet that is around 2-7 Mbps faster than the median national download speed is one reason cable TV subscribers bundle with cable Internet. Saving cash is another reason. Subscribers who bundle save about $400 each year.

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CableTV.com's Favorite Hermosa Beach, CA Actors

According to our research, Hermosa Beach, CA residents love Mark Harmon. Mark Harmon is a well-loved actor and holds the number one spot on the Most Popular actors list. His role as Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs in "NCIS" has captured the public. He played a carpenter in his first acting role on "Ozzies Girls" in 1973. His career solidified when he took the role as a handicapped veteran in "Eleanor and Franklin: The White House Years." You can find Mark Harmon on CBS in your area.

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