Time to Rescan for MyTV Baltimore.
For viewers who watch TV with a digital antenna, WUTB’s MyTV Baltimore is moving to FOX45’s secondary channel. That means you need to re-scan your TV for new channels. Currently, WUTB MyTV Baltimore is on channel 24.1, but the channel will be moving to WBFF-2 on channel 45.2. Beginning December 15, 2017, MyTV Baltimore will be simulcast on both 24.1 and 45.2. On and after December 29, 2017, MyNet will still be broadcast on both 45.2 and 24.1. However, because the MyTV Baltimore will only remain on channel 24 due to a technical change, you may need to re-scan for the change to take effect. For viewers who watch TV through cable or satellite service, there will be no changes to the channel line-up. Everything will continue as normal. If you have any questions about the change, call 410-467-4545 for more details.
HOW DO I RESCAN MY TV?
After hooking up a converter box to your TV set or installing a new digital TV, you will need to scan for new channels to ensure you receive all the digital stations broadcasting in your area. While some boxes do this automatically, you may need to select "scan" manually. You should rescan on a periodic basis to get all of the digital programming available. To re-scan your TV: 1) Press the Menu button on your converter box, converter box remote, HDTV, or HDTV remote, 2) Go to Setup or Settings, 3) Go to Installation or System or Channels, 4) Go to Scan Channels, Program Channels, Autoscan, Autoprogram or Autotuning, and 5) Press Select or Enter or OK to scan. Once the scan is complete, you should be receiving digital channels through your antenna.