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Why Cable TV in Peninsula, OH
The team here at CableTV.com loves cable TV service in Peninsula. Here are some reasons why. Cable is reliable in bad weather. Between the hundreds of HD channels and all the On Demand content, there is always something to watch. It's easier to install, particularly in homes with more than one television. And when you bundle it with high-speed internet, you get a fast internet connection, one low monthly bill, and can save up to $400 every year. Plus cable is:
Cable TV offersmore HD choices
Snow may mess up satellite, but itdoesn't faze cable
Cable can beinstalled virtually anywhere
How Peninsula, OH Residents Watch TV
Here's some info you might be interested in knowing about cable TV in Peninsula, OH. One-third of Americans have at least 4 televisions, and 97% of the population watches regularly scheduled TV. Because 72% of all TV viewers bundle cable with Internet, it only makes sense that 48% of them stream some content online. That means that 218 people living in Peninsula have at least 4 TVs apiece and most of them, 642, watch traditional broadcasts, even though 318 also stream TV online.
About Peninsula Cable Internet
If you're interested in why Peninsula 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. Peninsula has more high-speed Internet than it used to. From 2009 to 2010 it grew 3% to represent roughly 424 people. With speeds around 5-10 Mbps, cable TV is 2-7 Mbps faster than the median national download speed. And by bundling cable services together, subscribers save $400 per year.
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Which Actors Are From Peninsula, OH
From TV meteorologist to crime scene investigator, Emily Mallory Procter has given Peninsula plenty of screen time to get to know and love her. She got her start in television as a weather anchor in North Carolina. After moving to Los Angeles, she appeared in several films, including "Jerry Maguire." Emily auditioned and won the role of Ainsley Hayes on "The West Wing." She was in 12 episodes from 2000 through 2006. Emily currently appears as Calleigh Duquesne on "CSI: Miami." She started with the show when it began in 2002. Watch the whole crime-stopping crew with cable TV in Peninsula on CBS.
Find Cable TV in Peninsula
If you don't think we know television like the Golden Girls know your heart is true, you're a friend and confidant by now, we're not sure what other proof it will take. That's also why we can pair you with the right cable provider, which isn't as bigheaded as it sounds. Most local government licenses only let one cable provider per area, so you're likely to just have one option in your city. Call the number above to find your Peninsula cable provider.