Here are a few reasons why the team at CableTV.com highly recommend cable in Georgia. Cable TV offers hours of entertainment. There are hundreds of HD channels, movies and On Demand titles always available. Because it requires less equipment than satellite and doesn't break up in bad weather, it's a better value. And it easily bundles with high-speed Internet for faster billing and more savings. Plus cable is:
If you're interested in cable TV in Georgia, here are some interesting facts. Even though 48% of the population stream content online and 7% use DVR's regularly, there is still a whopping 97% of Georgians who still watch broadcast television live. In Georgia, that's roughly 8,165,611 who watch regularly broadcast television. That's surprising as 4,722,281 TV viewers also use Netflix, Hulu, and other streaming services, for some of their shows.
As we said, 7,083,422 people have cable TV and Internet in Georgia. And broadband usage is still growing. The Peach State ranks 18 in the U.S. in Internet speeds, and here are some other interesting internet facts:
For those who are less interested in statistics, here's something interesting about Georgia andTV. This state is home to a number of TV personalities, including Alicia Leigh Willis, who starred in the "Mynetworktv Telenovelas." Before getting started in 1998, Willis was born in Atlanta in 1978. Even though Willis appears in homes across the nation, Georgia will always be home.
If you can't tell by now, we know digital cable television like Cheers knows your name, and we'd like to help connect you to your 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 Georgia cable provider in your area.