If you want to know why we here at CableTV.com recommend cable service in California, here are a few of our favorite reasons. For starters, you get hours of entertainment. Between all the HD channels, movies and On Demand titles, there is always something on. Cable is a better value than satellite; it includes all your local channels, and requires less equipment. It also bundles easily with cable high-speed Internet, which is faster than DSL. Plus cable is:
Here at CableTV.com, we love TV. So much so, that we gathered a lot of information about cable TV in California. Did you know that 90% of American consumers have cable TV or satellite? And that 72% of them choose bundles? In California that makes 33,799,112 with cable TV and 27,039,290 with bundles. Or, how about the fact that while almost half of you, 18,026,193 to be precise, stream video on the internet, there are still a 97%, or 36,427,932 still watching live broadcasts. But not all of us are watching at the same time. In California, 2,628,820 are now primarily using their DVR's.
Did you know that cable Internet speeds range from 5-10 Mbps downstream? Why bring that up? Well, 48% of Internet users in California are below the 4 Mbps minimum broadband speed set by the FCC. That's 18,026,193 people that could benefit from the faster speeds of cable internet in California.
Stats are interesting, but they aren't all we know about cable TV in California. Did you know that the "The Cowboys" actor, A Martinez, is a native of California? A Martinez got started on the small screen in 1968, but got started in life in Glendale in 1948. While the acting career may take them around the world, they still owe an upbringing to California.
You can see that we know digital cable TV like Mr. Miyagi knows there's no such thing as a bad student, only bad teacher, and we are excited to help you find your cable provider. Most service areas only have one cable provider. Local governments take care of the licensing, and usually only allow one provider in a given area. Put your zip code in the box below to see who provides cable in your part of California.