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Why Cable TV in Antioch, IL

CableTV.com loves everything about cable TV in Antioch. And we think you will too. 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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TV Use in Antioch, IL

Here's more about cable TV in Antioch, IL than you were probably looking for, from the TV nerds at CableTV.com. Did you know that 1/3 of American TV subscribers own at least 4 televisions? With a population of 12,088 in Antioch, that boils down to 3,989 people with a plethora of plasma screens. With that many TVs, it's no surprise that DVR use has jumped to nearly 7% of Americans' total TV watching. Still, 10,033 Antioch residents watch regularly scheduled programming. Also noteworthy is that 72% of Americans bundle their cable subscriptions with high-speed Internet. Which means that 8,703 residents are bundling their cable and Internet services.

Cable High-Speed Internet in Antioch

Did you know that cable Internet is 2-7 Mbps faster than the U.S. median downstream speed? Cable providers typically offer high-speed Internet connections between 5-10 Mbps. And when you bundle it with other cable services, you could save an approximate $400 every year. 3,868 people in Antioch have cable Internet subscriptions. Because of the great benefits subscribers get from bundling, we understand why broadband penetration in Antioch increased 6% from 2009 to 2010.

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Which Actors Are From Antioch

For many in Antioch, IL, it comes as no surprise that Emily Deschanel was included on TV.com's recent 40 Most Popular Actors list. Since 2005, Emily has starred in the title role, Dr. Temperence Brennen in the FOX Network's popular crime drama, "Bones." You can catch the show on FOX on cable TV, where Dr. Brennen stands out as a highly practical forensic anthropologist who plays an important role in solving murders. Emily's first role came in the 1994 film, "It Could Happen to You," where she played a fur activist. In real life, she advocates for animals as a supporter of PETA and the Humane Society. She has also had roles in the movies, "Cold Mountain" and "Spiderman 2."

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