If you want to know why we here at CableTV.com recommend cable service in Washington, here are a few of our favorite reasons. You get hours of entertainment. You get hundreds of HD channels and On Demand titles. 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 Washington 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 this state there are 4,750,199 people with cable bundles. That's 3/4 of all TV subscribers in The Evergreen State. 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 Evergreen State?
With so many people streaming videos, it's important to look at cable Internet in The Evergreen State. SpeedMatters.org places Washington at #15 in the nation for download speeds. 46% of the population have a connection below the 4 Mbps minimum set by the FCC. Broadband adoption increased from 72% in 2009 to 77% in 2010. 2,111,200 use cable high-speed Internet. Cable Internet connection speeds range from 5-10 Mbps downstream. With speeds like that, it's no surprise that the use of cable Internet is on the rise.
Stats are interesting, but they aren't all we know about cable TV in Washington. Washington is home to a number of different TV stars. Take Adam West, for instance. You know, star of "Lookwell". Born in Walla Walla in 1928, West debuted on television in 1954. Even though West appears in homes across the nation, Washington will always be home.
If you can't tell by now, we know digital cable television like Bella knows melancholy, 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 Washington.