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Why Cable TV in Timber Lake, SD

If you are looking for hours of entertainment, easy to use DVR technology, or simply want affordable TV service, consider cable TV in Timber Lake, SD. Enjoy hours of On Demand content, local channels, movies and hundreds of HD channels. You never have to worry about dropped signal from bad weather; cable is all-digital. Cable service is easily bundled with high-speed Internet. Cable Internet is faster than DSL, and when you bundle the two services to one monthly bill, you can save up to $400 every year. Plus cable is:

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TV Trends in Timber Lake

Ever wonder how many people still watch broadcast television? Or how popular TV content has become online? Well, cable TV use in Timber Lake, SD tends to follow 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. And, 72% of the population bundles TV and Internet, while 33% of homes have four or more televisions.

378 people live in Timber Lake, which means there are:

  • 367 people who watch broadcast TV
  • 181 people who stream TV online
  • 26 people who regularly use DVRs
  • 272 people with bundled services
  • 125 people with a plethora of plasma-screens

About Timber Lake Cable Internet

If you're wondering why so many Timber Lake residents are bundling their cable services, keep reading. There was a 6% increase in Timber Lake's cable Internet usage from 2009 to 2010. Now there are 121 Timber Lake residents who use cable high-speed Internet. And there are two main reasons why you would want to get a cable bundle too. First, cable Internet is 2-7 Mbps faster than the national average connection. The second reason is that people who bundle their cable TV and Internet services save $400 per year.

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Timber Lake Born Actors

A blend of Noah Calhoun and The Hulk, Jared Padalecki is one of Timber Lake's favorite actors. Though initially introduced as the more sensitive of the two Winchester brothers on the hit action-horror series "Supernatural," Jared Tristan Padalecki eventually beefed up for later seasons developing a stronger physical build to give him a more imposing presence alongside co-star Jensen Ackles. First appearing on "Gilmore Girls" and in films including "House of Wax," Padalecki has become an icon to the geek set as well as a sex symbol thanks to his work on "Supernatural." Watch him save humanity from both Heaven and Hell on the WB.

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