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Why Cable TV in Cottonport, LA

Here are a few of the reasons people choose Cable TV in Cottonport, LA. Cable subscribers enjoy all-digital service, including HD channels, movies and On Demand titles. Providers offer free equipment, like HD DVRs, to new customers. And installation is easy, because it requires less equipment than satellite. Cable high-speed Internet is faster than DSL; you can easily bundle it, and only pay one low monthly bill. And every year a cable TV and Internet bundle can save you up to $400. Plus cable is:

Watchable

Reliable

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Cable TV offersmore HD choices

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

Cable can beinstalled virtually anywhere

How Cottonport Watches TV

Ever wonder how many people still watch broadcast television? Or how popular TV content has become online? You can learn so much about cable TV in Cottonport, LA by looking at larger trends. In America, 97% of people watch television as it is broadcast, 48% stream at least one show online and 7% use their DVRs to watch TV whenever they want. And, 72% of Americans bundle their cable subscriptions with high-speed Internet, and one-third of Americans own four or more televisions.

With a population of 2,338 that means in Cottonport there are::

  • 2,268 people who watch broadcast TV
  • 1,122 people who stream TV online
  • 164 people who regularly use DVRs
  • 1,683 people with bundled services
  • 772 people with a plethora of plasma-screens

Why Choose Cable Internet in Cottonport

Do you know why so many people bundle cable TV and Internet? Or how many of your neighbors use cable broadband? How does saving around $400 per year sound to you? That's the average annual savings from bundling cable TV and Internet services. And then there are the faster speeds that come with cable Internet - around 4.5 Mbps above the median national broadband speed. Those are two reasons why there are 748 cable Internet users in Cottonport and why total broadband penetration increased to 1,403 households from 1,333 in 2009.

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Cottonport, LA Born Actors

Alex O'Laughlin was recently included in TV.com's Most Popular Actors list for his portrayal of Lieutenant Commander Steve McGarrett in the popular CBS series "Hawaii Five-O," which you can catch on CBS. Alex was born Alexander O'Lachlan in Canberra, Australia in 1976. His previous television roles include Det. Kevin Hiatt in "The Shield" and Mick St. John in "Moonlight," which are fan favorites in Cottonport, LA. He is a 2002 graduate of Australia's prestigious National Institute of Dramatic Art and currently resides in Hollywood, California.

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