Hello, I was looking at switching my hotel property from cable to directv because some of the channels have poor picture quality and I was told directv would offer a superior picture. Here is my question before I make the switch: Our current cable provider offers the local ABC, NBC, CBS,& FOX news stations from both Atlanta and Macon, GA. My property is situated in middle GA, in-between Atlanta & Macon GA (We are closer to Macon). Would I be able to get both the Atlanta and Macon local news affiliates or could pick and have directv set it up to where we only get Atlanta stations? I found a channel search site on directv's site that only brought up the local Macon, GA channels to my dismay. The overwhelming majority of our guests are either traveling from out of state or are on business/training in middle GA from the Atlanta metro area and in both cases prefer Atlanta news to stay in the know about what's happening in their home areas and/or for traffic updates. (As a side-note the news stations in Atlanta offer a far superior product since their budgets are greater-Only the local CBS in Macon is full HD, every other channel is cropped at the borders in OTA-HD). I would much rather prefer having the Atlanta stations. Upon doing research on FCC rules I found PDF on the FCC site that states for my county the Atlanta stations I would like to continue receiving are considered "significantly viewed" and therefore available for pickup from directv, however when searching via zip code on directv's site I am requested to select a county (My zip code stretches into a neighboring county) and when I select mines I only see the local Macon stations whereas the neighboring county that we share a zip code with gets the Atl stations. Please advise if I would be able to get Atlanta local stations or not. Thank you in advance!