Attention Time Warner subscribers: We're moving in March - WMBFNews.com, Myrtle Beach/Florence SC, Weather

Attention Time Warner subscribers: WMBF News, Bounce TV, This TV moving in March

Attention Time Warner Subscribers: We're moving!

Time Warner Cable is reorganizing its channel lineup, and beginning in early March 2014, subscribers will find WMBF News, This TV and Bounce TV on different channels on their digital lineup.

The lineup change will not affect channels 1-99, so WMBF News can still be seen in the Grand Strand and Pee Dee on channel 10 on Time Warner Cable.

Beginning March 4 in some areas, and March 6 in others, WMBF News will also be available on channel 1203, or 1204 in Georgetown County. Bounce TV will move to channel 1245, and This TV will be on channel 1246.

Subscribers should have received a letter containing the latest complete list of channels by genre.

To download and print the new channel list for your area in PDF format, click one of the links below:

New lineup as of March 4th

 

Bishopville

Brown's Ferry

Columbia

Fort Jackson

Georgetown

Hemingway

Kingstree

Manning

Murrells Inlet

Orangeburg

Summerville

Sumter

New lineup as of March 6th

 

Cheraw

Conway

Dillon

Florence

Hartsville

Hilton Head

Johnsonville

Lake City

Lake View

Laurinburg

Myrtle Beach

Rowland

 More information on the upcoming channel lineup change can be found here:

http://www.timewarnercable.com/en/residential-home/tv/my-channels.html

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