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  1. You enter your zip code above.

  2. We search our database for providers in your area.

  3. You choose a cable package and call to order.

Why Cable TV

At CableTV.com we love helping people order cable in Virginia. Here are a few reasons cable service comes highly recommended. You get hours of entertainment; there are hundreds of HD channels, movies and On Demand programs to choose from. Unlike satellite, you can bundle cable TV with high-speed Internet, and there is less equipment to install. Cable Internet is faster than DSL, and a cable bundle can save you up to $400 a year. Plus cable is:

  • Watchable

    Cable TV offers more HD choices.

  • Reliable

    Snow may mess up satellite, but it doesn't faze cable.

  • Accessible

    Cable can be installed virtually anywhere.

How Old Dominion Watches TV

If you're interested in cable TV in Virginia, here are some interesting facts. In Virginia, 97% of the population still watches live television. But that's not the only way they are watching. DVR use is up to 7% and 48% of the population streams TV on the Internet. There are currently about 6,504,405 people in Virginia who watch cable TV live. But 3,761,584 of those people also stream some of their shows online.

High-Speed Internet in Virginia

As we said, 5,642,376 people have cable TV and Internet in Virginia. And broadband usage is still growing. Old Dominion ranks 17 in the U.S. in Internet speeds, and here are some other interesting internet facts:

  • 32% of Virginia's web surfers use cable Internet. That's about 2,507,723 people.
  • 49% of Virginia homes still use Internet connection speeds of 4 Mbps or less.
  • Only 7% have speeds above 25 Mbps from either cable Internet or fiber optics.

CableTV.com Loves Virginia Actors

Virginia cable TV is also about actors. At CableTV.com we know about actors as well. If you're more interested in characters than coaxials, check out the following native Virginians who've become actors:

  • Anthony Clark from "Boston Common" was born in Lynchburg
  • Billy Campbell from "Moon Over Miami" was born in Charlottesville
  • Brian Benben from "Kingpin" was born in Winchester
  • Casey Wilson from "Saturday Night Live Weekend Update Thursday" was born in Alexandria
  • Christina Chambers from "Spyder Games" was born in Alexandria
  • David Hornsby from "The Mullets" was born in Newport News
  • Diane Neal from "Law & Order Special Victims Unit" was born in Alexandria
  • Rich Hall from "Channel 4's Comedy Gala" was born in Alexandria

Find Your Cable Provider

You can see that we know digital cable TV like Barney Stinson knows waxed chests, and we're here to help you find a cable provider. Local governments license the ability to provide cable service in a given area, and most of these only allow for one provider. Because of this, most cable companies don't overlap service in the same geographical region. We know which Virginia cable providers operate where, so enter your zip code below to find out who is your local provider.