Choosing a TV provider starts with location. Depending on where you live, there should be at least two options for TV service: a local cable TV provider and satellite TV. Once you know which companies provide service in your area, you will want to compare features like channels, packages, technology and more.
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Meet the Leading Providers
Learn more about some of the leading cable providers and satellite TV companies to help you compare your options.
DIRECTV offers over 195 full-time HD channels, as well as exclusive sports programming and advanced equipment.
You can also bundle your satellite TV service with a high-speed Internet provider for a bundle package.
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Comcast is the nation’s largest cable TV provider with service scattered across the U.S.
Known as the XFINITY line, Comcast offers various TV packages, as well as Internet and phone bundle options.
There is also the XFINITY Home, which is a line of home security service.
Data collected 12/19/13 from http://www.comcast.com/
Data collected 12/19/13 from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comcast#Adelphia_purchase
Cox Communications is headquartered just outside Atlanta, GA.
Cox Cable offers cable TV, Internet and phone service to subscribers in select locations around the country.
Choose residential or business service, single-item service or bundles.
Data collected 12/19/13 from http://ww2.cox.com/residential/home.cox
Time Warner Cable
The second largest cable TV provider in the country, Time Warner Cable offers customers cable TV, high-speed Internet and unlimited national phone service in select parts of the country.
Time Warner also offers home security services in select areas.
Adams Cable offers telecommunication services in New York and Pennsylvania.
Adams Cable offers customers cable TV, Internet and digital phone services, as well as bundle options.
Sources and Research: Data collected 2/20/14 from http://www.adamscable.com
Aereo is a TV streaming service based in New York, NY, with service available in 11 major U.S. cities.
Live and DVR services are available, but all programs are stored in the cloud rather than on a physical device.
Sources and Research: Data collected 2/20/14 from https://aereo.com/
Antietam is a regional cable provider, offering services in Washington County, MD.
Digital phone, television, high-speed Internet, bundle packages and business services are available.
Sources and Research: Data collected 2/20/14 from http://www.antietamcable.com/
Headquartered in Butler, PA, Armstrong offers cable services in the mid-Atlantic and Northeastern states.
Armstrong provides television, telephone and Internet services, as well as PVR and On Demand service.
Sources and Research: Data collected 2/20/2014 from http://www.armstrongonewire.com/
Astound Broadband offers cable TV, broadband Internet and telephone services to residents in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Both residential and commercial services are available, as well as bundle packages.
Sources and Research: Data collected 2/20/2014 from http://www.astound.net/
Suddenlink has over 1 million subscribers for cable TV, Internet and home phone services in 16 states.
For more than 30 years, Suddenlink has also provided home security services to customers.
Data collected 12/19/13 from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suddenlink_Communications
Data collected 12/19/13 from http://www.suddenlink.com/security/
WOW! or WideOpenWest Cable
Headquartered in Denver, CO, WOW! Cable is the 9th largest cable provider in the U.S.
WOW! offers cable TV, Internet and phone service for both residential and commercial subscribers.
Data collected 12/19/13 from http://www.wowway.com/kansas/our-products
Data collected 12/19/13 from http://www.wowway.biz/