3. We have only one public television service here, but it has four sub-channels:
the main channel with all the national programming, a home-and-garden-and-food-and-travel-plus reruns channel, a local-documentary-plus-ethnic-programming channel, and an all automated weather channel.
Other than that, all I watch regularly is MHz Worldview, which is on public access cable but which I can also stream live through my Roku. I am addicted to their European mysteries.
Otherwise, it's all DVDs and streaming for me--and I still have more content than I have time to watch!