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Why Cable TV in Strasburg, CO

If cable TV in Strasburg, CO is something you are considering, here are our favorite reasons for it. There are hundreds of HD channels, that look great no matter the weather, unlike satellite. It provides On Demand entertainment as well as movies, TV shows, and local programming. It's easier to install, because there is less equipment than with satellite. Most providers offer free DVRs and Internet bundles, which save their customers an estimated $400 every year. Plus cable is:

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

Cable can beinstalled virtually anywhere

How People Watch TV in Strasburg

There are so many reasons to get cable TV in Strasburg, CO. In Strasburg there are an approximate 2,198 televisions owned by only 549 people. That is because Cable TV is easy to connect to multiple TV sets. Cable TV viewers also watch a lot of DVR content. Since 2006, DVR viewership has increased from 2.2% to 7% of all Americans TV watching. However, 1,382 people in Strasburg still watch regularly broadcast programming. Cable also provides high-speed Internet. In fact, 72% of Americans bundle their Internet and cable services. Additionally, about half of TV viewers in the U.S. stream some TV content online. In Strasburg that makes 1,199 residents who bundle their cable TV subscriptions and Internet packages, and 799 who use that Internet to stream TV content online.

Cable Internet in Strasburg, CO

If you're wondering why so many Strasburg residents are bundling their cable services, keep reading. Strasburg's broadband penetration grew from 69% in 2009 to 72% in 2010, and there are 533 cable high-speed Internet users here. And there are two main reasons why you would want to get a cable bundle too. First, cable Internet is 2-7 Mbps faster than the national average connection. The second reason is that people who bundle their cable TV and Internet services save $400 per year.

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Which Actors Are From Strasburg, CO

Cable TV subscribers in Strasburg, CO enjoy watching Daniela Ruah in her best role yet. She shines in her present role as Special Agent Kensi Blye in "NCIS." Daniela Ruah, born in Boston and raised in Portugal is an influential member of the Portuguese Jewish Community. She first played Sara in the television show "Jardin's Proibidos" at age 16. She leads a successful career in acting and has won awards including Best Female Actress in the 2010 Teen Choice Awards. See what the awards are all about by catching Daniela on cable TV.

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