TVS Cable
The Fiber Connection For Eastern Kentucky

For nearly 50 years, TVS Cable has been growing and serving the folks in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky with advanced communications services comparable to anywhere else in the nation. Cutting-edge technologies such as digital television and telephone service, and high-speed broadband Internet access - technologies now delivered at the speed of light via fiber-optic cable.

Throughout their service areas in Knott, Perry, Letcher, Floyd, Leslie and Breathitt counties, TVS Cable is continuing to invest in the infrastructure necessary to meet the demands of today’s technology-driven economy.

TVS Cable’s commitment to Eastern Kentucky is evident in their ongoing multi-million dollar fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) project. The direct fiber connections will allow residential customers access to blazingly fast broadband speeds of up to 100 Mbps - and even faster as future demands develop.

And the company recently invested more than a million dollars in transitioning to a fully digital system and upgrading customers’ set-top devices, which has resulted in enhanced picture and sound quality, and an overall improved customer experience.

TVS Cable’s continued deployment of fiber also has positive benefits for economic development. The company can deliver the higher capacity broadband connections businesses and industries require - speeds of 1 gigabit and greater. 

We’ve always believed that in order to be successful, it requires giving back to the local economy and the communities we serve”, said TVS Cable Owner/General Manager Archie Everage. “This becomes even more important, with the Coal Industry and the overall Eastern Kentucky economy struggling. As local owners, we see and feel the impact daily. That’s why we believe it’s important to keep our money at home, hire local employees, support the local community, and make the investments in services that can give our neighbors an opportunity to succeed in today’s economy”.  

TVS Cable is investing in the future of Eastern Kentucky. And that future is arriving at the speed of light.