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Why Cable TV
Here are a few reasons why the team at CableTV.com highly recommend cable in Vermont. Cable TV offers hours of entertainment. Between all the HD channels, movies and On Demand titles, there is always something on. 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:
Cable TV in The Green Mountain State
Here at CableTV.com we know quite a bit about television. For example, did you know that 90% of American consumers subscribe to a TV service like cable? In addition to paying for TV, 72% of U.S. subscribers bundle high-speed Internet with their TV service. To recap, that's 560,273 with cable TV and 448,219 with bundles. Even though nearly 298,812 Vermonters now watch Hulu and Netflix, only 43,577 people in Vermont use a DVR.
High-Speed Internet in Vermont
With so many people streaming videos, it's important to look at cable Internet in The Green Mountain State. SpeedMatters.org places Vermont at #46 in the nation for download speeds. 62% of the population have a connection below the 4 Mbps minimum set by the FCC. Broadband adoption increased from 61% in 2009 to 69% in 2010. 199,208 use cable high-speed Internet. Cable Internet connection speeds range from 5-10 Mbps downstream. And since you can bundle them together, Cable TV and Internet in Vermont are becoming increasingly popular.
Watch Vermont Actors on Cable TV
For those who are less interested in statistics, here's something interesting about Vermont andTV. This state is home to a number of TV personalities, including Bing Russell, who starred in the "Bonanza." Russell got started on the small screen in 1951, but got started in life in Brattleboro in 1926. Even though Russell appears in homes across the nation, Vermont will always be home.