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Why Cable TV in Peoria Heights, IL

If you are considering cable TV in Peoria Heights, check out a few of the reasons the CableTV.com team enjoys it. There are hundreds of HD channels, that look great no matter the weather, unlike satellite. Cable gives you all your local programming, which not all providers do, in addition to great TV shows, movies and On Demand entertainment. Because it requires less equipment than satellite, Cable TV is easier to install and better value. Most providers offer free DVRs and Internet bundles, which save their customers an estimated $400 every year. Plus cable is:

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Cable TV in Peoria Heights, IL

There are so many reasons to get cable TV in Peoria Heights, IL. In Peoria Heights there are an approximate 8,201 televisions owned by only 2,050 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, 5,157 people in Peoria Heights still watch regularly broadcast programming. And 72% of people in the U.S. bundle their cable TV contracts with high-speed Internet service. Which is good, because 48% of cable TV subscribers stream some of their content online. That makes 4,473 people in Peoria Heights who have bundled subscriptions, and 2,982 who use their Internet to watch TV.

About Peoria Heights Cable Internet

How many people have high-speed Internet in Peoria Heights, IL? Why do 4,473 people bundle it with cable TV? If you've been asking yourself these questions, let CableTV.com try to answer. Cable Internet surpasses the national average broadband speed, which is 3 Mbps, and bundling this service with cable TV saves subscribers up to $400 per year. City-wide, broadband use grew from 3,914 homes to 4,287 between 2009 and 2010, and approximately 1,988 of those homes now use cable Internet.

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Which Actors Are From Peoria Heights

If Peoria Heights, IL is anything like us, it loves Wentworth Miller, who you watched on "Prison Break" locally on FOX. Miller began in 1998 with a guest appearance on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer". In 2002, he was cast as David Scott in the TV mini-series, "Dinotopia." From 2002 - 2005, Miller worked in TV, movies, and music videos. Stardom came in 2005 in the lead role as Michael Scofield in the FOX series, "Prison Break," where he plans an elaborate break-in in order to help his brother, Lincoln Burrows, escape.

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