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Why Cable TV in Colo, IA

CableTV.com loves everything about cable TV in Colo. Here are some reasons why. It's reliable; it doesn't drop out when the weather gets bad. Between the hundreds of HD channels and all the On Demand content, there is always something to watch. It's easier to install, particularly in homes with more than one television. 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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How People Watch TV in Colo, IA

Do you know how many people stream television programs online? How about the number of people who bundle TV and Internet? Larger television trends like these show us a lot about cable TV use in Colo, IA. 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 the population bundles TV and Internet, while 33% of homes have four or more televisions.

With a population of 790 that means in Colo there are::

  • 766 people who watch broadcast TV
  • 379 people who stream TV online
  • 55 people who regularly use DVRs
  • 569 people with bundled services
  • 261 people with a plethora of plasma-screens

Cable High-Speed Internet in Colo

Do you know why so many people are bundling cable Internet and TV? CableTV.com knows. First of all, there's the savings. The average Colo resident who bundles services saves around $400 per year. Then there's the simple fact that cable Internet is about 2-7 Mbps faster than the median national download speed. That helps explains why broadband penetration in Colo has grown by 5% between 2009 and 2010. Cable Internet subscribers make up nearly a third of Colo's Internet going population.

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Colo, IA Born Actors

He's not just the original Edward; David Boreanaz is currently the FBI's best-dressed agent and Colo's favorite federale. Since 2005, David Boreanaz has played FBI special agent Seeley Booth on the hit series "Bones" on the FOX Network. His first acting project was on "Married With Children" in 1993. In 1997, he played Angel, the soulful vampire on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer." His popularity resulted in the spinoff "Angel," which aired from 1999-2004, where he continued his fight for salvation along with his elite team of bad guys and ghoul hunters. Watch him at his murder-solving best on FOX with cable TV.

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Hopefully the above info shows you that we know television like Penny knows the Cheesecake Factory. That's why we can match you with the best cable option, which isn't as cocky as it may seem. Local governments license out the opportunity to provide cable service in a region, and these regions typically only allow one provider, so cable companies generally don't overlap in the same area. Call us today to get connected with your Colo cable provider.

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