Good morning guys! Thanks lrhorer, there is great info here. Stopped by Lowe's on the way home and grabbed a 5/8" x 8' copper coated ground rod. Came out 10" from the house to avoid the footer and placed the rod below the cable box. Drove it down until there was 9" left above the ground. It was dark and raining, so I called it a night. Will work on grounding the cable this evening. Going to have to run a new cable, I assume keep it a solid strand and short as possible? Grabbed this clamp at lowes. Fits the rod just fine, but will have to mess with it some to get a tight fight on the ground wire. I had some eyelets to fit over the set bolt but they weren't tight with the bolt run up. It looks like this clamp is made to add something a little thicker to your 5/8" rod. Thanks Les. I'll look into the isolator. I may check with the guys at the city cable department. We have a Radio Shack here but I'm not seeing anything online for a video ground loop isolator.