At CableTV.com we love helping people order cable in Alaska. Here are a few reasons cable service comes highly recommended. It offers hours of entertainment with HD channels, movies and On Demand always at your fingertips. Cable TV requires less equipment than satellite, and you can bundle it with high-speed internet. Cable Internet is faster than DSL, and a cable bundle can save you up to $400 a year. Plus cable is:
If you're as interested in cable TV in Alaska as Sgt. Joe Friday is interested in "just the facts, ma'am," we're glad you're here. Here at CableTV.com, we love talking TV. In the U.S., 90% of people pay for a satellite or cable subscription and 72% of those people bundle a high-speed Internet plan with their television service. And according to Nielsen, while half of all TV viewers stream video online, almost 97% of people watch regularly broadcast television. And the number of people now watching programming recorded to their DVRs is 7%.
So what does all this mean for The Land of the Midnight Sun?
As we said, 500,322 people have cable TV and Internet in Alaska. And broadband usage is still growing. According to SpeedMatters.org, Alaska is #51 in broadband speeds in the nation. What makes a state #51?
If you are beginning to think that all we know about cable TV and Internet in Alaska are stats, lets switch subjects. Alaska is home to a number of different TV stars. Take Annie Parisse, for instance. You know, star of "Law & Order". Born in Anchorage in 1975, Parisse debuted on television in 1998. While the acting career may take them around the world, they still owe an upbringing to Alaska.
If you can't tell by now, we know digital cable television like Wolverine knows adamantium, and we're here to help you find a cable provider. Most local governments only allow for one cable provider in a given service area because of licensing requirements. We have all the latest info on who operates where, so put in your zip code to find the Alaska cable provider in your area.