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Cord Cutting For Dummies
Paperback For Dummies (Business & Personal Finance) English By (author) Paul McFedries 7/01/2021

My TV for Seniors 2nd Edition
by Michael Miller (Author) 10/28/2020


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Amazon Fire TV For Dummies
Paperback For Dummies (Computer/Tech) English By (author) Paul McFedries 2/13/2020

Cut the Cord: How to Watch TV Without Paying a Cable or Satellite TV Bill
by Tom Magrini (Author)  8/26/2019

We Now Disrupt This Broadcast: How Cable Transformed Television and the Internet Revolutionized It All (The MIT Press)
Hardcover by Amanda D. Lotz (Author), John Landgraf (Foreword) 4/06/2018

Cut the Cord: How to Cut Your Cable or Satellite TV Cord & Save Big Bucks
by Tom Magrini (Author) 3/12/2018

Cut the Cord: TV without Cable or Satellite: Guide to Free Over the Air Television and Internet Streaming
Paperback by Thomas Hyslip (Author) 9/01/2017

TV Without Cable: Guide to Free Internet TV and Over-the-Air Free TV (Streaming Devices) (Volume 1)
Paperback by Ronald Peter (Author) 1/26/2015

Future of Television: Your Guide to Creating TV in the New World
Paperback by Pamela Douglas (Author) 1/01/2015

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Cable television in the USA is a common form of television delivery, generally by subscription. Cable TV first became available in the United States in 1948, with subscription services in 1949. Data by SNL Kagan shows that as of 2006 about 58.4% of all American homes subscribe to basic cable television services.

Most cable viewers in the US are in the suburbs and tend to be middle class; cable television is less common in low income, inner city, and rural areas.




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