I live in a retirement community that is changing over from Comcast to Senior TV. The HD channels being distributed to the residents are all on subchannels. The TiVo units can detect and play the subchannels. However, the Channel Guide from Tribune Media does not show the subchannels. For example: Fox News Channel is being distributed on channel 100.1 and CNN on 100.2. The Channel Guide shows two 100 channels, one for Fox and one for CNN. However, there is no signal on channel 100. The signal is on 100.1 and 100.2. The result is that the Channel Guide can not be used to setup recordings. Recordings must be done using Manual Time and Channel. However, then no program information is available on the recorded programs. Also, it is not possible to program a Season Pass other than by manually setting a repeating recording. The issue, as I understand it, is that Tribune Media will not or can not use subchannels in their channel lineups. Thus, at the moment, the TiVos have essentially lost the ability to effectively use the channel guide. Surely our retirement community isnt the first to have the combination of Senior TV and TiVo users. Can anyone shed light on this situation and is there a solution?