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Prices starting at 29 99 /mo

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  1. You enter your zip code above.

  2. We search our database for providers in your area.

  3. You choose a cable package and call to order.

Why Cable TV

The team here at put together their favorite reasons for choosing cable service in Oregon. It offers hour after hour of entertainment, with HD channels, movies, On Demand and local programming all at your fingertips. It never drops signal in bad weather and requires less equipment than satellite. Cable saves you time and money when you bundle it with high-speed Internet. Plus cable is:

  • Watchable

    Cable TV offers more HD choices.

  • Reliable

    Snow may mess up satellite, but it doesn't faze cable.

  • Accessible

    Cable can be installed virtually anywhere.

Watching TV in Oregon

If Oregon cable TV interests you like yelling at incompetent chefs interests Gordon Ramsay, we're glad you're here. Here at, we love talking TV. Here's a juicy stat: 3/4 of all cable TV subscribers get their TV bundles with either phone or Internet. While 48% of you now stream online, there are only 3% of people who have stopped watching live television. The use of DVRs is on the rise with 7% of the nation using it to view their favorite television shows. But 85% of Americans still plan their evenings around their favorite network's schedule.

So what does all this mean for The Beaver State?

  • 3,441,246 Oregonians have a subscription to TV broadcasting.
  • There are 2,752,997 people in Oregon with a bundled subscription to high-speed Internet and TV.
  • 3,708,899 Oregonians still watch traditional television.
  • 1,835,331 living in Oregon are watching TV on Hulu, Netflix, and similar services.
  • 3,173,594 Oregonians still watch TV live.

High-Speed Internet in Oregon

Are you also looking for cable Internet in Oregon? Did you know that it offers downstream speeds between 5-10 Mbps. 49% of Oregonians have speeds of 4 Mbps or slower. Only 32% of Oregon households, or roughly 1,223,554 people, currently use a cable connection to get online. Broadband use has increased from 70% to 75% from 2009 to 2010. Loves Oregon Actors

That's not all there is to know about Oregon cable TV. The crew also loves actors. If you're more interested in characters than coaxials, check out the following native Oregonians who've become actors:

  • Anne Schedeen from "Alf" was born in Portland
  • Ben Masters from "Noble House" was born in Corvallis
  • Bob Steele from "F Troop" was born in Portland
  • Brenda Bakke from "American Gothic" was born in Klamath Falls
  • Brenda Strong from "Dallas" was born in Brightwood
  • Bret Harrison from "Grounded For Life" was born in Portland
  • Bridgette Wilson from "The $treet" was born in Gold Beach
  • Caitlin Wachs from "Cracking Up" was born in Eugene

Find Your Cable Provider

You can see that we know digital cable TV like House knows convenient, last-minute epiphanies, and we're here to help you find a cable provider. Local governments license the ability to provide cable service in a given area, and most of these only allow for one provider. Because of this, most cable companies don't overlap service in the same geographical region. We know which Oregon cable providers operate where, so enter your zip code below to find out who is your local provider.