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Why Cable TV in Astoria, OR

CableTV.com loves everything about cable TV in Astoria. And we think you will too. Cable service is reliable; cable doesn't drop out in bad weather. With hundreds of HD channels, movies and On Demand titles, there is always something entertaining to watch. Cable TV is easier to install; it requires less equipment than satellite. 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:

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Cable TV in Astoria

The CableTV.com team would like to give you some information about cable TV in Astoria, OR. Even though nearly half of Americans have started watching television content online, 97% of us still watch regularly scheduled TV. Because you can watch your favorite shows online, more and more people bundle their cable and Internet services. In fact, 72% of Americans do this. That would equal roughly 9,587 Astoria residents watching broadcast programming, 4,744 who stream TV, and 7,116 with bundled cable TV and Internet subscriptions. But those aren't the only ways TV viewing is changing. Watching content from DVRs has increased from 2.2% in 2006 to about 7% today. However, 8,204 of local viewers still follow network scheduling.

Astoria, OR Cable Internet

Did you know that cable Internet is 2-7 Mbps faster than the U.S. median downstream speed? Cable providers typically offer high-speed Internet connections between 5-10 Mbps. And when you bundle it with other cable services, you could save an approximate $400 every year. Two great reasons that contribute to the 5% growth in overall broadband penetration to 7,413 Astoria residents from 2009 to 2010. These reasons also explain why nearly 1 in 3, or 3,163 Astoria residents, subscribe to cable Internet.

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CableTV.com's Favorite Astoria Actors

He's not just the original Edward; David Boreanaz is currently the FBI's best-dressed agent and Astoria's favorite federale. Since 2005, David Boreanaz has played FBI special agent Seeley Booth on the hit series "Bones" on the FOX Network. His first acting project was on "Married With Children" in 1993. In 1997, he played Angel, the soulful vampire on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer." His popularity resulted in the spinoff "Angel," which aired from 1999-2004, where he continued his fight for salvation along with his elite team of bad guys and ghoul hunters. Watch him at his murder-solving best on FOX with cable TV.

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