Ah, Symbios, good eyes. It didn't look right, I see now the black vs. blue background on the EPG.
The info detail shown by SGuys is a lot less than what I get on Zenith, where I get two screens of description. Maybe DTVPal continues to a second page, but if not, then the Zenith has more episode detail. It runs out of space now and then, even with 2 screens. CNET picked a "no info available" example, unfortunately.
Davezatz, if you're still reading, I obviously didn't describe horizontal rabbit ears very well, lol. If the nose of the UHF points to the tower at 12 o'clock, then the horizontal arms spread to bask in the signal coming at it, so 9 o'clock and 3 o'clock. horizontal, and perpendicular to the signal point. That would make it less tippy, since the arms would be balanced, but it does take up a whole lot of space. But really, what you call Ch 4 is not real frequency Ch 4, so you shouldn't need the ears for that, anyway. My virtual 22 is on real Ch 4 until Feb, so I need 83" dipole until then. [My Terk's in the garage attic, where nobody bumps it.] Glad you found your channel; you can see real frequency numbers, and tower direction at tvfool.com or antennaweb.org. And I agree, real vs virtual can drive people nuts, but to get the right antenna, OTA folks need to know RF, too. And also need to know if there will be changes on Feb 19, since many stations return to where they are currently broadcasting analog.