Just above the listings is 89. to 93 KU. on the right side. Click to next degree and click the satellite. It gives a listing of what is on each satellite. ALL of them, search the bottom to see what is clear, or have to pay.
This link is for Galaxy 17 @91W.
Krisman, there are cards for PCs which are capable of receiving a multitude of satellite signals. Since the software on the computer does the decoding, these cards can be more flexible than many receivers at tuning in oddball signals. They aren't very expensive (around $50-$75 for most) and they can use your PC hard drive for recording. Those are the pros. The cons are that they are not as user friendly as most receivers, they do not offer blind scan, and they are very difficult to use for dish aiming purposes.
I use 2.4 meter (8 foot) dish on C-Band at 99°W to get CBS, ABC, NBC, FOX, & CW. Signal is strong, so you could perhaps do it with 6 ft dish. Stations are Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands, so the programming is network with a Caribbean flavor.