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Why Cable TV

Here at, we help District of Columbia residents order cable service. If you want to know why cable is a great choice, here are a few of our favorite reasons. It offers hours of entertainment with HD channels, movies and On Demand always at your fingertips. There is less equipment to install than with satellite TV. It bundles with high-speed internet for one small monthly bill. And you can save up to $400 for bundling cable services. Plus cable is:




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TV Use in District of Columbia

If you're as interested in cable TV in District of Columbia as Sgt. Joe Friday is interested in "just the facts, ma'am," we're glad you're here. Here at, we love talking TV. In this state there are 426,436 people with cable bundles. That's 3/4 of all TV subscribers in . And according to Nielsen, while half of all TV viewers stream video online, almost 97% of people watch regularly broadcast television. And the number of people now watching programming recorded to their DVRs is 7%.

So what does all this mean for ?

  • 533,045 have a subscription to TV broadcasting.
  • There are 426,436 people in District of Columbia with a bundled subscription to high-speed Internet and TV.
  • 574,504 still watch traditional television.
  • 284,291 living in District of Columbia are watching TV on Hulu, Netflix, and similar services.
  • 491,586 still watch TV live.

High-Speed Internet in District of Columbia

Did you know that cable Internet speeds range from 5-10 Mbps downstream? Why bring that up? Well, 57% of Internet users in District of Columbia are below the 4 Mbps minimum broadband speed set by the FCC. Only 32% of District of Columbia households, or roughly 189,527 people, currently use a cable connection to get online. Broadband use has increased from 66% to 72% from 2009 to 2010.

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TV Actors From District of Columbia

District of Columbia cable TV is also about actors. At we know about actors as well. There have been many well-known TV actors who were born right here in District of Columbia:

  • Alexandra Tydings from "Red Shoe Diaries" was born in Washington
  • Alexandra Wentworth from "Head Case" was born in Washington
  • Alyson Hannigan from "Buffy The Animated Series" was born in Washington
  • Archie Kao from "Power Rangers Lost Galaxy" was born in Washington
  • Arleen Sorkin from "Gotham Girls" was born in Washington
  • Ben Feldman from "Them" was born in Washington
  • Ben Stein from "Cubix" was born in Washington
  • Blair Brown from "The Days And Nights Of Molly Dodd" was born in Washington

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