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Wild Travels America's Oddest Museums

A look at unusual collections across the country such as portraits made out of bugs, pinball machines and action figures.

Morfar's View of the Winds

An obsessive 80-year-old photographer enlists the help of his daughter and granddaughter to locate the exact rock where an artist sat in 1842 to sketch the first published image of the Rocky Mountains.

London: 2000 Years of History Medieval: Kings and Disease

We arrive at Medieval London to discover a city ripped in two by deadly rivalries, power-hungry kings and devastating disease.

Song of the Mountains The Burnett Sisters Band/ Alan Bibey & Grasstowne

Performances by area bands, including bluegrass groups.

Austin City Limits Jon Batiste New

Rejoice in a high voltage hour with New Orleans-born R&B/jazz/gospel musician Jon Batiste. The Stephen Colbert bandleader performs songs from his album We Are, including 'I Need You' and 'Freedom.'

Maryland Farm and Harvest Beverages Made With Farmer's Help

Learn about four different beverages made with the help of Maryland Farmers: paw paw lemonade, milk, wine, and Kombucha.

Baker Artist Awards

With trauma from COVID-19, more prizes to struggling artists will be awarded.

It's Sew Easy Fabric Feature

Joanne Banko has a free motion home decoration project using the fabric pattern itself as a guide.

Wai Lana Yoga Ease Into It!

This seven-stage forward bend will ease your hamstrings to their maximum length. Then rest your legs as you focus on your torso with a side bend and twist.

Closer to Truth Why Philosophy of Art?

The nature of art is explored, including what makes something 'art' and why we should value it.

Destination Maryland

Amber Moore and Adriana David explore the wine and food pairings at Havre de Grace, Harriet Tubman's life story on an Eastern shore road trip, contemporary art in Potomac, sailing in Solomons Islands, and cycling the C&O Canal towpath.

Fit 2 Stitch The Blouse

The third piece in our capsule wardrobe is the blouse, by definition a woven garment that is worn loosely with a front closure. Today on Fit 2 Stitch we will show you how to fit a blouse properly and change the tissue to duplicate our draped changes.

The Chavis Chronicles

Dr. Chavis goes beyond the headlines offering insights on matters that impact the public.

Washington WeekNew

Washington's top journalists analyze the week's top news stories and their effects.

Impossible Builds Ice World

Over-the-top, ambitious and nature-defying, China’s incredible Ice World will transform 37 acres of subtropical quarry into a subzero ski resort. If the construction team can pull it off, they’ll make science fiction a reality.

Destination Maryland

Amber Moore and Adriana David explore the wine and food pairings at Havre de Grace, Harriet Tubman's life story on an Eastern shore road trip, contemporary art in Potomac, sailing in Solomons Islands, and cycling the C&O Canal towpath.

Impossible Builds Skinny Skyscraper

Witness construction of the skinniest skyscraper to make it off the drawing board. The team will attempt to build the skyscraper, located in New York and rising from within a landmarked building, on the construction equivalent of a postage stamp.

Wild Travels America's Oddest Museums

A look at unusual collections across the country such as portraits made out of bugs, pinball machines and action figures.

Fatal Shot Brainwashed Assassins

Brainwashing is achieved in many ways, but its target is always a susceptible mind. From suicide squads and murderous cult members to deluded misfits hell-bent on fame, ordinary individuals are transformed into assassins.

Call the MidwifeNew

A complicated pregnancy leads the Nonnatus team on a path of discovery. Sister Hilda and Dr. Turner get involved with a young woman whose health presents a series of challenges.

Masterpiece Mystery! Grantchester New

Will and Geordie are drawn into local politics when the death of a councilor prompts a parish election. An allegation against Leonard rocks life at the vicarage to its core.

Masterpiece Classic Baptiste New

Julien Baptiste travels to Hungary to help the British Ambassador, Emma Chambers, find her missing family. When a body is found, the pressure is on to save Emma's two sons.

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Rescan Your Digital TV or Converter Box

MPT broadcasts all of its channels at the maximum signal strength allowable. If you are unable to receive an MPT channel using a digital converter box hooked to a TV or a digital TV, there may be a solution for you. The FCC recommends that you perform what is called a "Double Re-scan:"

1. Disconnect your antenna from the converter box or digital TV.
2. Perform a channel scan.
3. Turn off the box or digital TV for several minutes.
4. Re-attach your antenna.
5. Turn on the digital converter box or digital TV.
6. Re-scan.

This process clears the memory of your digital converter or digital TV, and may help pick up channels that you were unable to receive before. If this is unsuccessful, you may have to investigate other options, such as upgrading your antenna. Barring that, viewers may need to investigate a pay television provider such as cable or satellite. If you do so, please be sure to let them know you want MPT in your line-up.

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Maryland Public Television

PBS member network serving Maryland, USA

"WMPB" redirects here. It is not to be confused with Mississippi Public Broadcasting.

"WCPB" redirects here. It is not to be confused with the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

Television station in statewide Maryland, United States

Maryland Public Television (MPT) is the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) member state network for the U.S. state of Maryland. It operates under the auspices of the Maryland Public Broadcasting Commission, an agency of the Maryland state government that holds the licenses for all PBS member stations licensed in the state.

Studios are located in the unincorporated community of Owings Mills in northwestern Baltimore County. MPT operates six full-power transmitters that cover nearly all of the state, plus Washington, D.C. and parts of Virginia, West Virginia, Delaware, and Pennsylvania.

History[edit]

WMPB (licensed to Baltimore) first signed on in 1969 as the first station of the Maryland Center for Public Broadcasting; it gained satellite stations in Salisbury, Hagerstown, and Annapolis between 1971 and 1975, resulting in a formation of a statewide public television network. The network adopted its current name in 1984. Maryland Instructional Television (Maryland ITV), a division of the State Department of Education, was also housed at the network until 1991. On July 4, 1987, WFPT (licensed to Frederick) signed on to fill coverage gaps in the outer Washington market, while WGPT in Oakland began operations to cover the extreme west of the state, much of which previously had no local television service at all.

About 1999, the network launched an afternoon Britcom programming block, Afternoon Tea, replacing children's programming. By 2009, MPT was airing kids' programming during the day on its MPT Select channel.[1]

In September 2015, as part of budget cuts, MPT outsourced its master control operations to Public Media Management—a joint venture of Boston PBS member WGBH and Sony Corporation.[2]

Productions[edit]

Inside MPT's Studio A during the taping of Chesapeake Collectiblesin June 2010

Current regional productions[edit]

  • MPT Salutes Vietnam Veterans:[3] Maryland Public Television salutes the men and women who served in the Vietnam era
  • Chesapeake Collectibles:[4] weekly series featuring people and their collectibles
  • Maryland Farm & Harvest:[5] weekly series helping Marylanders learn more about agriculture
  • Chesapeake Bay Week:[6] week long series of programs in April dedicated to the Chesapeake Bay
  • Direct Connection:[7]public affairs call-in show focusing on discussion and analysis of politics and the news
  • Outdoors Maryland:[8] outdoors show highlighting the Mid-Atlantic region's diversity and beauty
  • State Circle:[9] news and analysis program detailing Maryland's General Assembly proceedings
  • Ways to Pay for College:[10] annual special on finding money for higher education
  • Your Money & Business:[11] consumer-oriented business magazine
  • Artworks:[12] regional arts updates and specials highlighting Maryland's culture and history
  • Our Town:[13] a collection of documentaries showcasing different towns across Maryland
On location in Tucson, Arizona shooting Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke at the Marriott Starr Pass Resort in February 2015

Nationally distributed productions[edit]

Regional documentaries and specials[edit]

Past productions[edit]

  • A.M. Weather (1978–1995): a 15-minute daily program featuring detailed forecasts presented by NOAA meteorologists
  • Baking with Julia (1996-1998) a cooking series with Julia Child (PBS)
  • Barbecue University (2003–2006) outdoor cooking series with Steven Raichlen.
  • Bob the Vid Tech (1993–2010), children's specials and interstitials.
  • Coastal Cooking with John Shields (2005), 13 programs hosted by John Shields, distributed by American Public Television
  • Consumer Survival Kit (1970s), national PBS series.
  • Cooking in America with Pierre Franey (1991), series of 13 shows.
  • Cooking With Master Chefs (1990s), 16 shows hosted by Julia Child.
  • Cuisine Rapide (1990), series of 13 cooking shows hosted by chef Pierre Franey.
  • Dessert Circus (1997), a cooking series featuring Jacques Torres.
  • Hodgepodge Lodge (1970s), a nature show for children hosted by Jean Worthley.
  • Jewish Cooking in America with Joan Nathan (1998–2002) (PBS)
  • Julia Child: Lessons With Master Chefs (2000–2011) (PBS)
  • Kratts' Creatures, (1996) children's series with the Kratt Brothers (PBS)
  • Lynn Fischer's Healthy Indulgences (late 1990s), 26 shows hosted by Lynn Fischer.[14]
  • Maryland State of Mind (1994–2001), 28 episode series hosted by NPR's Scott Simon, showcasing the 13 schools of the University System of Maryland.
  • Newsnight Maryland, a locally produced news program that reviews the stories happening in the state of Maryland; hosted by journalists Bob Althage and Camilla Carr.
  • On Nature's Trail (1978), a television show featured Elmer and Jean Worthley observing and discussing plants growing at different locations in Baltimore County, Maryland.
  • On Stage at Wolf Trap (1980s), concert series.
  • Of Earth and Man (1970s), educational series.
  • Primal Grill (2008—2011) outdoor cooking series with Steven Raichlen.
  • The Transformation Age: Surviving a Technology Revolution with Robert X. Cringely (2007), 1 hour documentary on technology and business. A co-production with the Robert H Smith School of Business.[15]
  • To the Contrary (1992–2011) Persephone Productions (PBS)
  • Volvo Ocean Race: sailing race around the world with host Gary Jobson
  • Wall $treet Week with Louis Rukeyser (1972–2002), MPT's signature long running financial information program
  • Weeknight Alive! (1980s), arts series
  • Wimzie's House, children's series, presenting station only
  • Zoboomafoo (1999–2001) children's series with the Kratt Brothers and PBS in the United States; Canadian production handled by Cinar.

Stations[edit]

The MPT stations are:

WGPT is assigned to the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania market and elects must-carry status on satellite providers there. For the purposes of pay-television carriage, WMPT and WMPB are assigned to the Baltimore market, while WFPT and WWPB are assigned to Washington-Hagerstown and WCPB to Salisbury.[16]

Notes:

  • 1. Aside from their transmitters, the MPT stations (except WMPB) do not maintain any physical presence in their cities of license.
  • 2. WMPT used the callsign WAPB (Annapolis) from its 1975 sign-on to July 4, 1984.
  • 3. WGPT and WFPT were both first licensed in 1979 as translators W36AB and W62AY, respectively. They were later replaced by full-powered licenses from the same transmitter sites.[17][18]

Digital television[edit]

Digital channels[edit]

The stations' digital signals are multiplexed:

WMPT / WMPB digital channels[edit]

Analog-to-digital conversion[edit]

MPT's stations shut down their analog signals on June 12, 2009, the official date in which full-power television stations in the United States transitioned from analog to digital broadcasts under federal mandate. The station's digital channel allocations post-transition are as follows:[21]

  • WMPB shut down its analog signal, over UHF channel 67; the station's digital signal remained on its pre-transition UHF channel 29,[22] using PSIP to display the station's virtual channel as its former UHF analog channel 67, which was among the high band UHF channels (52-69) that were removed from broadcasting use as a result of the transition.
  • WMPT shut down its analog signal, over UHF channel 22; the station's digital signal remained on its pre-transition UHF channel 42,[23] using PSIP to display the station's virtual channel as its former UHF analog channel 22.
  • WCPB shut down its analog signal, over UHF channel 28; the station's digital signal relocated from its pre-transition UHF channel 56, which was among the high band UHF channels (52-69) that were removed from broadcasting use as a result of the transition, to its analog-era UHF channel 28.[24]
  • WWPB shut down its analog signal, over UHF channel 31; the station's digital signal remained on its pre-transition UHF channel 44,[25] using PSIP to display the station's virtual channel as its former UHF analog channel 31.
  • WGPT shut down its analog signal, over UHF channel 36; the station's digital signal relocated from its pre-transition UHF channel 54, which was among the high band UHF channels (52-69) that were removed from broadcasting use as a result of the transition, to its analog-era UHF channel 36.[26]
  • WFPT shut down its analog signal, over UHF channel 62; the station's digital signal remained on its pre-transition UHF channel 28,[27] using PSIP to display the station's virtual channel as its former UHF analog channel 62, which was among the high band UHF channels (52-69) that were removed from broadcasting use as a result of the transition.

Spectrum reallocation[edit]

As a part of the repacking process following the 2016–2017 FCC incentive auction, channels 38 through 51 were removed from television broadcasting. None of MPT's stations sold their allocations, but five of them moved channels within the UHF band: WMPT moved to channel 21, WMPB to channel 22, WWPB to channel 29, WGPT to channel 26, and WCPT to channel 16.[28]

ATSC 3.0[edit]

MPT joined the Baltimore market's ATSC 3.0 lighthouse station, hosted at WNUV, on June 24, 2021.[29] In return, WMPT and WMPB hosts WNUV's main channel (54.1) to preserve coverage for existing ATSC 1.0 TV sets.[30]

Awards[edit]

For 2008, MPT received 14 Emmy Award nominations from the National Capital Chesapeake Bay Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS). MPT received Emmys for Eatin' Crabs Chesapeake Style, two awards for Bob the Vid Tech: The Mystery of the Missing Pizza and one for ArtWorks: Manuel Barrueco Special.[citation needed]

MPT received two 2008 CINE Golden Eagle Awards for The Transformation Age: Surviving a Technology Revolution with Robert X. Cringely, a coproduction of MPT/University of Maryland Robert H. Smith School of Business, and Lethal Landscapes: Canvases of the Combat Artist.[citation needed]

For 2007, the station received 11 nominations and won 1 National Capitol Emmy including 3 nominations for their regional The War series and 5 nominations for Outdoors Maryland. Motorweek also received the Board of Governors Award.[31]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Broadcast television in Central Maryland, including Baltimore and Annapolis

Local stations
  • WMAR-TV (2.1 ABC, 2.2 Laff, 2.3 Bounce, 2.4 Mystery, 2.5 Court TV, 2.6 Newsy, 54.2ANT)
  • WBAL-TV (11.1 NBC, 11.2 MeTV, 54.3Comet, 54.4Stadium)
  • WJZ-TV (13.1 CBS, 13.2 Start, 13.3 Dabl, 13.4 Fave TV)
  • WMPT/WMPB (22.1/67.1 PBS/MPT, 22.2/67.2 MPT2, 22.3/67.3 PBS Kids, 22.4/67.4 NHK, 54.1/54.11CW)
  • WUTB (24.1 TBD)
  • WMJF-CD (39.1 Ion, 39.2 True Crime, 39.3 Quest, 39.4 Grit, 39.5 Buzzr, 39.6 H&I)
  • WWDD-LD (40.1 Daystar)
  • WBFF (45.1 Fox, 45.2 MNTV, 45.4 Charge!)
  • WQAW-LD (69.1 Azteca, 69.2 Ads, 69.3 Cozi, 69.4 Cheddar, 69.5 LC)
ATSC 3.0 digital
Cable channels
Outlying areas
Dover, Delaware
Local streaming channels
Defunct

Television in MetropolitanWashington, D.C.

Reception may vary by location and some stations may only be viewable with cable television

Full power
  • WRC-TV (4.1 NBC, 4.2 Cozi, 4.3 Lx)
  • WTTG (5.1 Fox, 5.2 Buzzr, 5.3 MeTV)
  • WJLA-TV (7.1 ABC, 7.2 Charge!, 7.3 Comet, 7.4 TBD)
  • WUSA (9.1 CBS, 9.2 Crime, 9.3 Quest, 9.4 Twist)
  • WFDC-DT (14.1 UNI, 14.2 GetTV, 14.3 Grit, 14.4 Bounce)
  • WDCA (20.1 MNTV, 20.2 Movies!, 20.3 H&I)
  • WMPT / WFPT (22.1/62.1 PBS/MPT, 22.2/62.2 MPT2, 22.3/62.3 PBS Kids, 22.4/62.4 NHK World)
  • WDVM-TV (25.1 Ind., 25.2 SportsGrid, 25.3 Rewind, 25.4 HSN)
  • WETA-TV (26.1 PBS, 26.2 WETA UK, 26.3 PBS Kids, 26.4 World, 26.5 WETA Metro)
  • WHUT-TV (32.1 PBS, 32.2 PBS Kids)
  • WDCW (50.1 CW, 50.2 ANT)
  • WPXW-TV (66.1 Ion, 66.2 Bounce, 66.3 Court TV, 66.4 Laff, 66.5 Mystery, 66.6 Defy, 66.7 Newsy)
  • WJAL (68.1 NTD)
Low power
  • WDCO-CD (10.1 TBD)
  • WDDN-LD / WDWA-LD (23.1 Daystar,23.2 Daystar Spanish)
  • WRZB-LD (31.4 HSN2, 31.5 Decades)
  • WZDC-CD (44.1 TMD, 44.2 TXO)
  • WMDO-CD (47.1 UniMás, 47.2 LATV)
  • WAZT-CD (48.1 JTV)
  • WWTD-LD (49.1 Dabl, 49.2 Start, 49.3 QVC, 49.4 NTD, 49.5 SBN, 49.6 LC)
ATSC 3.0
Cable
Outlying areas
Dover, DE
Hagerstown, MD
Winchester, VA
Martinsburg, WV
WHSV-TV (3.1 ABC, 3.2NBC, 3.3 Ion, 3.4MNTV/MeTV, 3.5CBS)
W08EE-D(24.1 PBS/WVPB, 24.2 World, 24.3 PBS Kids)
WWPX-TV (60.1 Ion, 60.2 Bounce, 60.3 Court TV, 60.4 Laff, 60.5 Mystery, 60.6 Defy)
Defunct

Broadcast television on the Delmarva Peninsula, including Salisbury, Maryland and Dover, Delaware

Reception may vary by location and some stations may only be viewable with cable television

Digital television
WBOC-TV (16.1 CBS, 21.2 Fox)
WMDE (36.1 Paid, 36.2 Court TV, 36.3 Dabl, 36.4 Circle, 36.5 Arirang, 36.6 JTV, 36.7 ShopHQ, 36.8 QVC, 36.9 QVC2)
WMDT (47.1 ABC, 47.2 CW+, 47.3 MeTV, 47.4 Ion)
Low-power digital
WRDE-LD (26.1 NBC, 26.2 MNT/Cozi, 42.2TMD)
WRUE-LD (42.2TMD, 31.1 NBC, 31.2 MNT/Cozi)
WGDV-LD (32.1 Azteca, 32.2 Bounce, 32.3 H&I, 32.4 Mystery, 32.5 Laff, 32.6 Grit, 32.7 Court TV)
WBOC-LD (22.1 TMD, 31.3NBC, 16.3 ANT)
WSJZ-LD (42.3TMD, 34.2NBC, 16.4 ANT)
Public broadcasting

Broadcast television in SW Pennsylvania, NE West Virginia and Garrett County, Maryland, including Pittsburgh, Morgantown, and Oakland

Reception may vary by location and some stations may only be viewable with cable television

Full power
KDKA 2 (.1 CBS, .2 Start, .3 Dabl, .4 Fave TV)
WTAE 4 (.1 ABC, .2 Cozi)
WPXI 11 (.1 NBC, .2 MeTV, .3 Laff)
WQED 13 (.1 PBS, .2 Create, .3 World, .4 Showcase, .5 Kids)
WINP 16 (.1 Ion, .2 Bounce, .3 Court TV, .4 Mystery, .5 Defy, .6 TrueReal)
WPCW 19 (.1 CW, .2 H&I, .3 Grit, .4 Circle)
WPNT 22 (.1 MNTV, .2 Stadium, .3 Comet, .4 TBD)
WPCB 40 (.1 CTVN, .2 Court TV, .3 Bounce, .4 Quest, .5 TBA, .6 Pittsburgh's Faith & Family Channel)
WPGH 53 (.1 Fox, .2 ANT, .3 Charge!)
Low power
WIIC-LD 31 (.1 Bounce, .2 QVC, .3 FAM)
WBYD-CD 39 (.1 JTV, .2 Ads)
WWAT-CD 45 (.1 FAM)
WOSC-CD 61 (.1 HSN, .2 Movies!, .3 Buzzr)
WPTG-CD 69 (.1 This, .2 getTV, .3 Retro, .4 NewsNet, .5 Crime, .6 Heartland)
ATSC 3.0
Cable
Streaming
Defunct
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