There's nothing we here at CableTV.com love more than to help Indiana residents order cable. Here are a few reasons we love cable. It offers hours of entertainment with HD channels, movies and On Demand always at your fingertips. Cable TV requires less equipment than satellite, and you can bundle it with high-speed internet. And when you bundle, you can save up to $400 a year. Plus cable is:
If Indiana cable TV interests you like yelling at incompetent chefs interests Gordon Ramsay, we're glad you're here. Here at CableTV.com, we love talking TV. In the U.S., 90% of people pay for a satellite or cable subscription and 72% of those people bundle a high-speed Internet plan with their television service. And according to Nielsen, while half of all TV viewers stream video online, almost 97% of people watch regularly broadcast television. And the number of people now watching programming recorded to their DVRs is 7%.
So what does all this mean for The Hoosier State?
Like Shawn and Gus from "Psych," cable TV and Internet in Indiana are a team. High-speed Internet service grew from 3,584,175 people in 2009 to 3,776,185 people in 2010. According to SpeedMatters.org, Indiana is number 23 in the nation in terms of Internet speeds. That includes the 50% who fall below 4 Mbps download speeds. Cable Internet is blazing fast with 5-10 Mbps downstream speeds, and accounts for 32% of Indiana's web-going population, or about 2,048,100 Hoosiers.
For those who are less interested in statistics, here's something interesting about Indiana andTV. This state is home to a number of TV personalities, including Adam Kennedy, who starred in the "The Californians." Before getting started in 1955, Kennedy was born in Otterbein in 1922. Even though Kennedy appears in homes across the nation, Indiana will always be home.
If you can't tell by now, we know digital cable television like Barney Stinson knows women, and that's why we can provide you with all the information about your local 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 Indiana cable provider in your area.