Originally Posted by skatingrocker17
I've scanned fairly recently and noticed that 48 is no longer available on analog but I have never got it to appear on digital. I also have never got WLMB to display either but it's probably because I'm pointed pretty far to the North West where WTOL and WTVG are which I always receive 100% signal quality on. I also can always pull in WOHL and WTLW Lima and I'm not even pointed in that direction at all. I can frequently pull in Detroit and Fort Wayne too but have never seen My Network TV Toledo or WLMB.
Both are stations with short towers (500' for WLMB, 428' - the SeaGate bldg. - for WMNT) without a lot of power (15kW ERP for WMNT, 10 kW ERP directional - about 5 kw in your direction - for WLMB)
North Baltimore gets theoretically usable, but weak signals from both of them. In the case of WMNT, WSYX in Columbus with a million watts ERP on the same channel could be interfering with WMNT, especially when "trop" is in.
To get WLMB, you need an antenna that is capable of receiving lowband VHF - this means an antenna with WIDE elements coming perpendicular from the boom. You actually would want to aim the antenna a little further west to get WLMB, as they transmit from Jasper, MI, south of Adrian and a few miles north of the state line.