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Why Cable TV in Wilson Creek, WA

If you are looking for hours of entertainment, easy to use DVR technology, or simply want affordable TV service, consider cable TV in Wilson Creek, WA. With cable TV you get HD channels, movies, On Demand content and all your local programming. Cable is all-digital, so it won't drop out in bad weather, and requires less equipment than satellite. With cable TV you can also get 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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How Wilson Creek, WA Watches TV

To learn about viewing trends and cable TV in Wilson Creek, WA, examine habits of Americans at large. Nearly 33% of U.S. residents own at least four televisions, about 50% of them stream television shows online, and 97% watch their favorite TV shows as they are broadcast. Because so many people use both television and Internet, it is no surprise that 72% of Americans bundle their cable and Internet subscriptions. So what, right? Well, of your fellow 212 Wilson Creek residents, there's:

  • 70 owners of at least 4 TV's
  • 102 who take the term 'television' show lightly (and stream instead)
  • 206 keeping to traditional TV for their favorite shows
  • 153 users with bundled cable subscriptions
  • 176 lucky enough to have free evenings to watch live television.

Wilson Creek Cable Internet

With cable Internet, you get fast download speeds - around 5-10 Mbps - which is 2-7 Mbps faster than national averages. On top of that, you can save $400 every year if you bundle your cable Internet and TV services. 68 people in Wilson Creek have cable Internet subscriptions. Because of the great benefits subscribers get from bundling, we understand why broadband penetration in Wilson Creek increased 5% from 2009 to 2010.

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CableTV.com's Favorite Wilson Creek, WA Actors

Cable TV subscribers in Wilson Creek, WA enjoy watching Daniela Ruah in her best role yet. She shines in her present role as Special Agent Kensi Blye in "NCIS." Daniela Ruah, born in Boston and raised in Portugal is an influential member of the Portuguese Jewish Community. She first played Sara in the television show "Jardin's Proibidos" at age 16. She leads a successful career in acting and has won awards including Best Female Actress in the 2010 Teen Choice Awards. See what the awards are all about by catching Daniela on cable TV.

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