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How about stripes instead of unidentifiable colors?

for the multiple providers? if so i'll start it with Louisiana.

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for the multiple providers? if so i'll start it with Louisiana.

Yes, but stripe the provider colors, so if Comcast/Xfinity is blue and Time Warner is red, and they both cover a certain area, the area will have red and blue stripes.
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Yes, but stripe the provider colors, so if Comcast/Xfinity is blue and Time Warner is red, and they both cover a certain area, the area will have red and blue stripes.

That may be misleading, because the areas are counties rather than cable franchise districts.  In many if not most of those with more than one provider, it's not that multiple providers serve any given location but that different parts of the county have different providers, and it's beyond Gt1racer's time constraints (and possibly information source) to get the fine detail of where the boundary between providers slithers.

My home county has three providers, but not one address anywhere in it is served by all three, and most are covered by only one.  Stripes would imply that all three served the entire county and that any resident anywhere in the county could choose among the three.

For Louisiana, read "parish(es)"; for Alaska, read "borough(s)"; for Hawaii, read "island(s)."
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i don't want to make the maps misleading or confusing, i'll stick with the colors then.
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Louisiana

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South Dakota

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Alabama

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Since the County number count for each state starts to get higher it will take longer to complete each cable map. stay tuned for updates!
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Ohio

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This was helpful, thank you.
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Tennessee

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Edited by Gt1racer - 4/17/14 at 8:56am
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Tennessee

A couple of issues.

A) My county is served by 2 cable TV providers. Charter for the city of Camden and Benton County Cable for Big Sandy and Eva.

B) Your map infers the whole county can get cable the vast majority of it can not.
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A couple of issues.

A) My county is served by 2 cable TV providers. Charter for the city of Camden and Benton County Cable for Big Sandy and Eva.

B) Your map infers the whole county can get cable the vast majority of it can not.

i'll make the fix, thanks for pointing that out. the maps are intended to be just an overview of cable companies in a county but i will make 2 dots for charter and benton county cable and around it i will just leave it white for no cable.

Edit: map updated above.
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i'll make the fix, thanks for pointing that out. the maps are intended to be just an overview of cable companies in a county but i will make 2 dots for charter and benton county cable and around it i will just leave it white for no cable.

Edit: map updated above.

Thanks. Sadly those dots are a more accurate representation of who gets what in my area. DirecTV and DishNetwork do mad business in my county obviously. It's also a pretty accurate representation on who can get broadband. Which is somewhere around 50%. Maybe. And that's counting at&t DSL and Benton Count Cable's "broadband" offerings which are pretty weak. Luckily I live in the "big city" so I have access to real broadband.
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Thanks for the info, i made the change coyoteaz. if you or anyone else find out if any other cable syatems are gone please let me know.

Maryland & Washington, DC

A few notes about Western Maryland.

1. Most of Garrett County is Comcast. Only the southern corner of Garrett County is Shentel (Suddenlink sold it). Grantsville and Accident/McHenry are two separate Comcast systems in Garrett County.

2. Allegany County is divided between Comcast and Atlantic Broadband. The entire western portion is Comcast, Cumberland and its surrounding areas are Atlantic Broadband. This same divide goes into Mineral County, WV. The western side is the Frostburg/Keyser Comcast system, the eastern side is the Atlantic Broadband Cumberland system.

3. Comcast controls the system around Hancock in Washington County. Antietam Cable is only around the city of Hagerstown. The areas in southeastern Washington County are serviced out of Comcast's Frederick system.
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A few notes about Western Maryland.

1. Most of Garrett County is Comcast. Only the southern corner of Garrett County is Shentel (Suddenlink sold it). Grantsville and Accident/McHenry are two separate Comcast systems in Garrett County.

2. Allegany County is divided between Comcast and Atlantic Broadband. The entire western portion is Comcast, Cumberland and its surrounding areas are Atlantic Broadband. This same divide goes into Mineral County, WV. The western side is the Frostburg/Keyser Comcast system, the eastern side is the Atlantic Broadband Cumberland system.

3. Comcast controls the system around Hancock in Washington County. Antietam Cable is only around the city of Hagerstown. The areas in southeastern Washington County are serviced out of Comcast's Frederick system.

changes are completed thanks oriolesmagic
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Illinois

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North Carolina

I don't think that ANY of Wake County is Charter; most of it is Time Warner.
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