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Why Cable TV in Detroit, ME

Cable TV in Detroit offers hours of entertainment, advanced technology that's easy to use and one surefire way to save $400 every year. With cable TV hundreds of HD channels, On Demand titles, and movies are right at your fingertips. And local channels are included for free. Cable is all-digital, so it won't drop out in bad weather, and requires less equipment than satellite. Cable service is easily bundled with high-speed Internet. Cable Internet is faster than DSL, and a cable bundle can save you up to $400 every year. Plus cable is:

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TV Use in Detroit, ME

American television trends can reveal a lot about cable TV in Detroit, ME. Half of the population watches some of their favorite shows online. Even though streamed content is on the rise, 97% of Americans still watch television the old fashioned way, on their TV, and 33% of people have four or more televisions in their home for watching these shows. More than 72% of Americans combine their cable TV service with a broadband Internet connection into a bundle. To help you put that in context, because we're just that nice, of the 948 people in Detroit, that's:

  • 313 with a TV for every finger on their right hand (thumbs don't count)
  • 455 using the Internet to watch TV shows
  • 920 keeping to traditional TV for their favorite shows
  • 683 users with bundled cable subscriptions
  • 787 lucky enough to have free evenings to watch live television.

Detroit, ME Cable Internet

If you're interested in why Detroit residents are combining their cable TV and Internet, you're not alone. The team at CableTV.com asked the same questions. Here's what we found. Detroit has more high-speed Internet than it used to. From 2009 to 2010 it grew 6% to represent roughly 635 people. Delivering 5-10 Mbps downstream, cable Internet is 2-7 Mbps faster than the national average. Bundling cables services also saves subscribers roughly $400 a year.

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CableTV.com Loves Detroit, ME 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 Detroit, ME. He is a 2002 graduate of Australia's prestigious National Institute of Dramatic Art and currently resides in Hollywood, California.

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