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As a supplement to the main off-the-air HDTV Channel Map, this list of unencrypted digital (or "Clear QAM") channels has been created for users who subscribe to Time Warner Cable in the Buffalo area and would like to make the most of their equipment.

Most modern high definition televisions include tuners for both ATSC and QAM modulation types – the former for receiving digital signals from an antenna, and the latter for digital signals from cable. Yes, this does mean you can actually receive digital cable channels without the use of a rental digital cable box.

Special thanks to RC member BillfromGI for suppling this list of channels for TWC's "Suburban" system, which is what the company provides on Grand Island. The channel structure available in the City of Buffalo is known to be different than shown here, so if you have a list with those channels please do send it to us!

Time Warner Cable (Buffalo Suburban) Clear QAM Channel List
Updated: November 1, 2009
ChannelCallsignResolutionGenreComments
xx.1306YESHD 1920*1080SportsChanges every baseball game from 71.1306 thru 90.1306
92.1WNLOHD 1920*1080CW (OTA 23.1) (Corrupt PSIP sometimes makes channel unwatchable)
92.2SD 704*480TWC Advertisments for Movies on Demand (Sabres in HD during games in 1920*1080)
92.3SD 704*480SD version of 92.1
92.4WQLNSD 704*480NetworkPBS (OTA 54.1)
93.1WGRZHD 1920*1080NBC (OTA 2.1)
93.2WIVBHD 1920*1080CBS (OTA 4.1)
93.3SD 704*480SD version of 93.1
93.4SD 704*480SD version of 93.2
94.13SD 352*480TWC Advertisments for Movies on Demand
106.1WUTVHD 1280*720NetworkFOX (OTA 29.1)
106.2WNYOHD 1280*720NetworkMY TV Buffalo (OTA 49.1)
106.3SD 704*480NetworkSD version of 106.1
106.4SD 704*480NetworkSD version of 106.2
107.19MusicHit List
107.2CFTOSD 704*480NetworkCTV (OTA 9.1)
107.20MusicDance Electronica
107.21MusicMetal
107.22MusicReggae
107.23MusicRap
107.24MusicClassical Masterpieces
107.25MusicEasy Listening
107.26MusicClassic Country
107.27MusicR&B Classics
107.28MusicThrowback Jamz
107.29MusicHip Hop Classics
107.3CBLTSD 704*480NetworkCBC (OTA 5.1)
107.30MusicAlternative
107.31MusicR&B Soul
107.32MusicGospel
107.33MusicRock
107.34MusicClassic Alternative
107.35MusicRetro Rock
107.36MusicClassic Rock
107.37MusicAdult Alternative
107.38MusicSoft Rock
107.4WPXJSD 704*480NetworkION TV (OTA 51.1)
107.5C-SPAN 3SD 528*480GovernmentGovernment TV
113.1WNEDHD 1920*1080NetworkPBS (OTA 17.1)
113.2SD 704*480SD version of 113.1
113.3WKBWHD 1280*720NetworkABC (OTA 7.1)
113.4SD 704*480SD Version of 113.3
115.2TCTSD 704*480ReligiousTCT Network
116.19Music90's
116.2ESPN-USD 528*480SportsESPN College Sports Channel
116.20Music70's
116.21MusicSolid Gold Oldies
116.22MusicHip Hop and R&B
116.23MusicMC Mix Tape
116.24MusicStage & Screen
116.25MusicParty Favorites
116.26MusicKidz Only
116.27MusicSounds of the Season
116.28MusicSmooth Jazz
116.29MusicContemporary Christian
116.30MusicToddler Tunes
116.31MusicTodays Country
116.32MusicTrue Country
116.33MusicSingers & Swing
116.34MusicBlues
116.35MusicLight Classical
116.36MusicMusica Urbana
116.37MusicMexicana
116.38MusicTropicajes
116.39MusicPop Hits
116.40MusicJazz
116.41MusicSoundscapes
116.42Music80's
116.43MusicPop Latino
116.44RadioTalk Radio
116.45RadioTalk Radio
116.46RadioTalk Radio
116.47RadioTalk Radio
116.48RadioTalk Radio
116.49RadioTalk Radio
100-105PPVHD 1920*1080Unencrypted PPV / Video on Demand from 100 thru 105

If you'd like to comment on this list, please see our HDTV, Cable & Satellite forum.

Here are a few tips for working with QAM channels:

  • QAM channels will scan in ##.## format, such as 83.2 or 119.431. The first number represents the original broadcast channel, and the second is the subchannel.
  • QAM channels will not match the channel number assignments as you would see on an official cable box – thus the existence of this list.
  • Some QAM tuners will renumber the subchannels, for example if it scans in 82.17 and 82.18, it may display them as 82.1 and 82.2.
  • Some regions may use a different broadcast channel, however the subchannel structure typically remains the same. For example, you may find the group of channels shown here on 84.### moved to 93.### in your area – however the order of the channels should remain the same.
  • If you do not subscribe to cable TV or if you only subscribe to basic cable and there is a filter on your line, you will most likely not be able to tune any of these channels.
  • A product called a “Cable Card” can be installed in compatible devices and enables reception of encrypted pay-TV channels, proper channel number reassignment and so forth. However support for 1-way Cable Cards has been almost completely dropped by hardware vendors, in favor of the new (and not yet common) “Tru2Way” standard, which is essentially the same but with 2-way communications to allow for VOD, PPV purchases and so forth.

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