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Buckeye CableSystem
(a division of Block Communications)
Type Private
Founded Toledo, Ohio
Headquarters Toledo, Ohio
Key people Allan Block
Industry Telecommunications
Products Cable TV, Broadband Internet, Dial-Up Internet, WiFi Hotspots, Digital Voice

Buckeye CableSystem, formerly known as The CableSystem until the 1990s, is a cable company located in Toledo, Ohio and serves Northwest Ohio and parts of Southeast Michigan. Buckeye CableSystem is a full service cable company including TV, broadband, and home telephone services.

It is owned by Block Communications, alongside The Blade newspaper.

Buckeye CableSystem also originates three cable-only channels, Toledo's CW Network affiliate WT05, a regional sports network Buckeye Cable Sports Network (BCSN), and a 24-hour real estate channel, HomeFinder Channel 100 (available to Buckeye Digital subscribers).


Buckeye Digital—Buckeye's digital TV service that includes Video on Demand (VOD), DVR, and HD along with standard digital channels.

Buckeye Access—Buckeye's dial-up internet service.

Buckeye Express—Buckeye's high speed broadband service. Buckeye Express comes in five different packages at, 150 kbit/s, 2 Mbit/s, 8 Mbit/s, 12 Mbit/s, and 20 Mbit/s speeds.

Buckeye Express Wireless—Buckeye's wireless high speed broadband hotspot service. Buckeye wireless is available at various restaurants and libraries throughout the Toledo, Ohio area. Toledo area Burger Kings have recently been added as a hot spot location. The Wireless service is free to Buckeye Express subscribers but is available to non subscribers, for a nominal fee (service in Burger King is FREE to all even non-Buckeye Cable customers).

Buckeye TEL—Buckeye's Digital Home Telephone Service. Buckeye TEL uses a hybrid VoIP.

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