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Author: Barton Strawn

How Do I Choose a Satellite TV Provider?

by | Apr 20, 2016 | TV FAQs | 0 

Despite all the commotion about cutting the cord, 83 percent of households still pay monthly for their television service, with millennials spending 109 hours per month watching live TV. Whether it’s the access to so many HD channels, the better sports coverage, or wide availability, you know you want satellite TV. The big question is, […]

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What #UnlockTheBox really means for the cable industry

by | Apr 18, 2016 | Industry News | 0 

Unlock the Box: Consumers vs. Cable Industry By the end of the year, our nation’s leaders could be voting on a groundbreaking resolution that will forever change the way Americans view pay-TV media. A recent Federal Communications Commission (FCC) proposal to “unlock the box” is pushing to allow cable TV subscribers to ditch company-owned set-top […]

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The Possible End of Cord Cutting As We Know It

by | Apr 14, 2016 | Industry News | 0 

TV Producers Contemplate Move to Fight Cord-Cutting Trend Cord cutting was one of the  of 2015, but new information may make you think twice before trading in your cable subscription for a collection of streaming-only subscriptions. TV producers are getting wise to the mass cable exodus of recent years, and they’re not going to simply […]

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Why Does My Cable Internet Keep Dropping?

by | Apr 13, 2016 | TV FAQs | 0 

  The occasional service hiccup is to be expected with any Internet plan, but regular connectivity issues can be a huge inconvenience. If you’re dealing with a frequently dropped connection, here’s a look at five common causes for cable Internet outages — and how you can fix them.   1. There is excessive Internet traffic. […]

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Cord-Cutters Face Internet Throttling

by | Apr 5, 2016 | Industry News | 0 

Fear the Throttle: Internet Throttling in the Age of Cord-Cutting On paper, cutting the cord sounds like a great idea: no more cable bills means you could save. But with the increasing popularity of data-heavy video streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Prime, more and more Internet Service Providers (ISPs) are , placing caps on […]

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What the XFINITY Data Cap Means For You

by | Apr 4, 2016 | TV FAQs | 0 

For subscribers in those trial locations — or for other subscribers interested in Xfinity Internet data policies in general — this article will cover the basics of data capping and how to avoid any unwanted overage charges.

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6 Modems That Work With Xfinity

by | Mar 30, 2016 | Equipment Guides | 0 

Do I have to use an Xfinity modem with my Xfinity cable internet? There are many modems available that are compatible, easy to install, and affordable…

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The FCC Aims to Change the Way You Watch and Pay for Television

by | Mar 23, 2016 | Industry News | 0 

There’s a battle raging over your TV — and it’s just getting started. All the average consumer usually knows about their television subscription is that once they pay the bill and figure out the remote, they’re all set to kick back and enjoy their favorite shows, sports, and movies. But a recent proposal to open […]

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How do I find which cable companies are in my area?

by | Mar 21, 2016 | Tools, TV FAQs | 0 

Searching for cable companies in your area? Look no further! makes it easy to find providers in your area, just by searching with your zip code.

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Is Cable TV Worth It?

by | Mar 16, 2016 | TV FAQs | 0 

Everyone wants to save money, and, as a result, cable TV services often end up on the chopping block. There are definite benefits to having a cable TV subscription — live sports, local news shows, and dozens of channels at your fingertips can be hard to pass up — but for many, cutting the cord […]

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