You / we should all reconsider your position. First, I am not sure that they cannot be compelled to provide QAM information for local channels including HD. Yes, they are huge, but I can tell you that this would be the second lawsuit I have filed. I won / settled the first against a company I cannot mention nor why on a QAM issue. I am a litigation attorney but do not know or work in FCC law. I had to learn some of it for the last suit.
OF COURSE THEY "support" QAM, unless you mean by 'support' that they will help you with it. They PROVIDE QAM signals. Lack of their "help" with them is not the equal of they are not required to disclose their channel listings.
Again, I am relatively certain that the FCC law requires them to carry local channels and they are taking the ludicrious position that they may have to carry them on their QAM or Analog band, but they don't have to tell you what the numbers are. This position, if I am correct on the law, is untenable, but can only be proven so by someone willing to fight. I am too busy now and don't have enough knowledge of the Federal code. That's why I posted this looking for help.
Another of their defenses is that they provide them on the analog band (one of the reasons they still have 2-26 or so on analog??)
This is a potential class action issue and I will pursue it when I have time. And there's lots more. They may be committing fraud on a daily basis in my opinion in a second way. Before I accuse them publicly of certain acts, I would like someone to verify my view. At this point, it's only my opinion and I would not detail it here without proof. No one likes the big guy, but making false allegations is wrong and I won't do it.
Most of the people I talk to for help get lost in seconds. Just say QAM to someone who has no interest.
I have posted my listing for those who it can help. I am done here, but will check back to see if anyone can help me with the FCC law.
Stop begging. If you are entitled to something then demand it or take action. Within the next year, I hope to do so.