Rachel has spent the past two years at CableTV.com writing articles that demystify hidden fees, DVRs, sound systems, and more. She makes door-to-door DISH and DIRECTV salespeople uncomfortable with her in-depth questions—but if that’s what it takes to get you the best TV experience, she’s happy to do it. In addition to writing for CableTV.com, Rachel’s work has been featured on Roku.com, TechGuySmartBuy.com, HowtoWatch.com, and SatelliteInternet.com.
It’s hard to sign a contract with a TV provider when you have only package pricing and channel counts to guess at what your experience will be like. That’s why every year we at CableTV.com survey paid-TV customers across the nation to get detailed information on how they feel about their providers. See the results!Read more
Whether you love cutthroat competition, regular people becoming overnight celebrities, or ridiculously scripted drama, reality TV has something for you. But how do your reality TV interests compare to people in your state and across the US?Read more
The Contour Record 6 HD-DVR is a well-rounded DVR option. Its features allow for control over your viewing experience without being overly complex. Overall, the Record 6 HD-DVR provides a helpful and enjoyable viewing experience that is bound to keep your household happy.Read more
The top three providers for overall customer satisfaction are Verizon, DIRECTV, and DISH. The rest of the providers’ rankings are completely jumbled. In previous years, fiber providers stayed near the top, but with many cable companies using fiber-optic backbones, cable speeds and reliability are far more competitive than before.Read more
Should you choose Charter Spectrum or CenturyLink Prism as your cable provider? See side-by-side and at-a-glance information and reviews so you can choose a package and a provider that’ll fit your priorities.Read more
Do You Know Your State’s Favorite Old-School Anime? When I was in junior high, my friend hosted “anime nights” every two weeks. Guests scrounged up whatever anime they could find—TV recordings, rented VHS tapes, or even a full-season box set if they just had a birthday. We’d break off into three groups, one for each […]Read more