Actually he did mention it:
Yeah, he mentioned it, but the article is misleading in that it implies
a $100/mo saving by going to OTA (neglecting capital and maintenance cost for OTA as well), while you could save about $60-70/month simply by going to a basic package and still getting 20 HD channels on Rogers, along with several others. Or perhaps save $40-50 and go with Digital VIP and get 225 channels with 20 HD ones, or save about $30-40 and get over 30 HD channels...
It's the implication that bothers me since he compared apples and oranges. Also, only a small percentage of people have OTA only, they usually have a service provider to get specialty channels and augment via OTA.
If all he wanted to talk about was the future value of $100/month, then why not do that, or do a fair comparison. He got the car example much better.
El Gran Chico
Here are the roughly 20 HD channels you get with the Rogers Basic plus an HD STB:
FAQ - Rogers HD Offering
A list that would be very similar to his OTA list.