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Why Cable TV in Santa Rosa, NM

If you are looking for hours of entertainment, easy to use DVR technology, or simply want affordable TV service, consider cable TV in Santa Rosa, NM. With cable TV hundreds of HD channels, On Demand titles, and movies are right at your fingertips. And local channels are included for free. You never have to worry about dropped signal from bad weather; cable is all-digital. Cable TV is often 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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Snow may mess up satellite, but itdoesn't faze cable

Cable can beinstalled virtually anywhere

How People Watch TV in Santa Rosa

Cable TV in Santa Rosa, NM brings you more than just great television programming. Cable service is great for homes with multiple TVs and in Santa Rosa approximately 899 people have 4 or more. So you can understand why so many folks choose cable. Since 2006, DVR use has grown, now accounting for 7% of Americans' total watching time. Even with those rising numbers 2,262 Santa Rosa cable TV subscribers still enjoy regularly scheduled programming. Cable also provides high-speed Internet. In fact, 72% of Americans bundle their Internet and cable services. Which is good, because 48% of cable TV subscribers stream some of their content online. That makes 1,962 people in Santa Rosa who have bundled subscriptions, and 1,308 who use their Internet to watch TV.

About Santa Rosa Cable Internet

If you are considering digital cable service in Santa Rosa, NM, you can easily include high-speed Internet. 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 1,499 homes to 1,581 between 2009 and 2010, and approximately 872 of those homes now use cable Internet.

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Santa Rosa Born Actors

Santa Rosa, 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.

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