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Why Cable TV in Las Vegas, NM
If cable TV in Las Vegas, NM is something you are considering, here are our favorite reasons for it. For starters, cable keeps you entertained with hundreds of all-digital HD channels, that don't depend on the weather being nice. 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 a free HD DVR, and you can bundle digital cable with high-speed internet--which is faster than DSL--and only pay one bill every month. Plus cable is:
Cable TV offersmore HD choices
Snow may mess up satellite, but itdoesn't faze cable
Cable can beinstalled virtually anywhere
How Las Vegas, NM Residents Watch TV
Do you know how many people still watch TV as it is broadcast? And how many wait and watch shows on their DVRs? You can learn so much about cable TV in Las Vegas, NM by looking at larger trends. 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. Plus, 72% of Americans bundle their cable subscription with high-speed Internet and approximately one-third of Americans have four or more televisions in their homes.
With a population of 13,254 that means in Las Vegas there are::
- 12,856 people who watch broadcast TV
- 6,362 people who stream TV online
- 928 people who regularly use DVRs
- 9,543 people with bundled services
- 4,374 people with a plethora of plasma-screens
About Las Vegas Cable Internet
Why is it that Las Vegas residents are bundling their cable TV and Internet and what does high-speed use look like in the area? First, bundling cable services saves subscribers an estimated $400 per year. Next, cable Internet is blazing fast--above the FCC defined minimum for broadband speed--with around 5-10 Mbps downstream. This helps us understand why 4,241 out of 13,254 Las Vegas residents use cable Internet, and how broadband penetration grew 3% between 2009 and 2010.
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CableTV.com's Favorite Las Vegas, NM Actors
Las Vegas, NM, like the rest of the county, can't get enough of vampires. Candice Accola plays the sweet, sexy vampire Caroline Forbes on The CW's "The Vampire Diaries." Born in 1987, Candice has been seen in the hit TV shows "Supernatural" and "How I Met Your Mother." She appeared in the movie "Juno" and starred in the independent film "Deadgirl." Candice signed a record contract at age 16, has toured with Miley Cyrus, and sang back-up vocals in "Hannah Montana: The Movie." Candice's first album "It's Always the Innocent Ones" was released in 2006. Check out "The Vampire Diaries" on the WB with cable TV.
Find Cable TV in Las Vegas
Hopefully all this has helped you realize that we know cable like Fresh Prince knows the playground (where he spent most of his days). We can even help you discover which cable provider is right for you. Cable service is typically limited to one provider in each geographical region; local government licenses the ability for providers to give cable service in your area. These regions usually only allow one provider, so enter your zip code above to find the nearest cable provider in Las Vegas.