Believe it or not, you can watch live sports right now during the coronavirus—and we’re not just talking professional cornhole (yes, that’s a thing). Get the latest news about what professional sports are currently in action and when your favorite major league sports, like the NFL and NBA, will be back on TV.Read more
Like all Great American brand duopolies, satellite TV providers DISH Network and DIRECTV have more in common than not. Of the two, we prefer DISH’s package pricing and hardware. You can get nearly all the same channels for a little less money and record far more of them—DISH’s DVR game can’t be beat.Read more
When most people think about pay-TV service, they think of cable. This means that other pay-TV services, like fiber and satellite, are often mistakenly called “cable”—but cable is the only service that truly merits the name.
With the help of coaxial copper cables, cable service delivers TV and internet straight to your home, connecting it through the round, twist-on outlet on your wall.
Cable is a popular service type offered through many providers. You may already know some of them:Read more
Enter your zip code to see TV and internet providers in your area Please enter a valid zip code. FIND About satellite TV and internet service When you’re looking for home entertainment service, you can bet that satellite TV and internet will be available in your area. These services work with a provider's operation center [...]Read more
To get the most out of your cable internet package, choose a cable modem that can keep up. We’ve got the lowdown on renting vs. buying, top brands (NETGEAR, ARRIS, Motorola), DOCSIS 3.0 and DOCSIS 3.1 information, and cable provider compatibility.Read more
If you’ve found yourself watching hours and hours of “comfort food” TV during the COVID-19 outbreak, you’re not alone. CableTV.com recently conducted a survey of nearly 7,000 housebound viewers and found that they’re spending a lot of time with old friends—capital “F” Friends, to be exact.Read more
The channel number of CBS varies by city and by whether you have a cable or satellite provider (or use an antenna). There are over 200 local CBS TV stations across the country, with at least one in every state, including the US Virgin Islands, Guam, and Puerto Rico. The Eye is everywhere.Read more