On January 1997, former owner Granite Broadcasting bought the station and on October 14 of that year, the stations call letters changed to WDWB.
In February 1, 2006, the WB logo was removed from the station branding. The station then changed its call letters to WMYD on May 7 in recognition of its future affiliation with MyNetworkTV.
On July 29, 2006, WMYD debuted a new logo and the station was rebranded "MyTV20 Detroit" or "MyTV20". During the time before the actual launch of MyNetworkTV on September 5, (in which WMYD became an affiliate), it covered up all branding references to The WB during primetime and Saturday Morning programming and did not carry any network promos.
On June 16, 2014, The E.W. Scripps Company (owner of ABC affiliate WXYZ-TV) bought WMYD. Upon the consummation, WMYD adopted this logo and rebranded once again to "TV20 Detroit".
Defunct Cable Stations: Note: Availability of these channels may varied by location, service provider and time period. Comcast Local | MGTV | PASS
Cities in Service Area: Note: Not all of these locations are within the Nielsen-designated Detroit DMA. Michigan:
Adrian, Ann Arbor, Brighton, Brownstown Township, Clinton Township, Dearborn, Detroit, Farmington Hills, Highland Park, Lincoln Park, Livonia, Madison Heights, Monroe, Mount Clemens, Pontiac, Port Huron, Romulus, Southfield, Sterling Heights, Southgate, Taylor, Utica, Warren, Waterford, Wyandotte and Ypsilanti Ontario:
Amherstburg, Essex, Leamington, Oil Springs, Sarnia, Tilbury, Wheatley and Windsor