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Why Cable TV
If you want to know why we here at CableTV.com highly recommend cable in Wisconsin, here are a few reasons why. For starters, 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. It also bundles easily with cable high-speed Internet, which is faster than DSL. Plus cable is:
TV Use in Wisconsin
There's a lot to know about Wisconsin cable TV. Here are just a few of the facts the team at CableTV.com have put together. DVR use in the U.S. is growing, but only 7% of the population uses a DVR for the majority of the shows. And while 97% of people still watch traditional television there are now 48% who stream some TV programs online. That's 4,682,599 Wisconsinites who watch TV live. Many of those people are two screeners, though, since Wisconsin has 2,708,009 online video streamers.
Internet in The Badger State
We talked about bundling and streaming, so let's take a closer look at cable Internet in Wisconsin. The Badger State is #26 in download speeds, according to SpeedMatters.org. 51% of the population has internet slower than 4 Mbps. Broadband adoption increased from 67% in 2009 to 71% in 2010. At the same time, roughly 32% use cable Internet in Wisconsin, which is typically faster. Cable Internet connection speeds range from 5-10 Mbps downstream. And since you can bundle them together, Cable TV and Internet in Wisconsin are becoming increasingly popular.
Watch Wisconsin Actors on Cable TV
If you are beginning to think that all we know about cable TV and Internet in Wisconsin are stats, lets switch subjects. Did you know that the "The Family Man" actor, Al Molinaro, is a native of Wisconsin? Born in Kenosha in 1919, Molinaro debuted on television in 1954. Even though Molinaro appears in homes across the nation, Wisconsin will always be home.