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WNMU-TV Moving to New Frequency Channel
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WNMU-TV Moving to New Frequency Channel

Do you watch WNMU-TV using an antenna? If so, this information is for you.

On July 3, 2020, WNMU-TV is switching to a new frequency to comply with an FCC-mandated change. If you receive WNMU-TV with an antenna, you will need to rescan your TV to continue watching us. The rescanning process is something each viewer must initiate on each television set in the home so that the TV can “find” all of the channels in its local area. As a bonus, if you haven’t rescanned your TV in a while, you may find channels you didn’t know you were missing.

Rescanning is straightforward and requires no new equipment or services. Each TV performs the rescan process differently so check your owner’s manual for the exact procedure to perform this simple, but important step. After the rescan is complete, you’ll still find us on channel 13.1, 13.2 and 13.3, and we will still deliver all your favorite PBS and local shows you’re used to seeing.

If you subscribe to cable or satellite, you do not need to rescan. Your service provider will do it for you. WNMU-TV will have more information for you as we move closer to the day we activate our new transmitter.

For more information on how to rescan your TV, visit TVAnswers.org or contact the FCC’s spectrum repack consumer hotline at 1-888-CALLFCC (888-225-5322).

If you have questions about how this change specifically impacts WNMU-TV, please call 800-227-9668 during normal business hours.

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WNMU-TV Signal Transition

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Station Manager Eric Smith gives details on WNMU's upcoming signal transition.