The only other ones I can think of are:
WOAC 67 (47) another shopping channel, Canton license but actually east of Akron
WVIZ 25 (26) currently on low power from their studios, moving to main tower by fall
WNEO 45 (46) same PBS programming as WEAO 49 (50)
Channel 3 and 19's DTV are on VHF channels 2 and 10. WKYC on channel 2 has occasional interference problems here from noise and probably from KDKA in Pittsburgh...this causes momentary breakups at times. Channel 10 also seems to require precise antenna centering to avoid glitches in the signal...again probably some kind of interference. I use a Winegard fringe area antenna with a preamplifier and rotor atop a 50' tower. I don't think reception would be as good as it is without this combination. Digital reception overall is good from Cleveland, Youngstown, Steubenville and intermittent from Pittsburgh. Most often watched DT station from Pittsburgh is WIIC which has been noticed almost daily lately. A week or so ago, there was a long opening from that direction for over 24 hours and I was getting all the Pittsburgh DT stations, also some from Johnstown/State College/Altoona areas. My LG LST-4200A OTA does a super job and is better than the OTA capabilities of my Samsung Directv receiver. The LG seems to lock on to weaker signals better but even it can't get get WTRFs puny output! I can regularly receive WOUC-DT from Cambridge and fairly often WHIZ-DT in Zanesville comes through. A few times I've had Columbus and Toledo DT stations come through and also one in Mansfield. Later, when everyone is up to full power, things should be even more interesting.