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Cadillac/Traverse City, Michigan United StatesCityCadillac, MichiganBranding9&10 News Local 32 (on DT2)SloganNorthern Michigan's News LeaderChannelsDigital: 9 (VHF) Virtual: 9 (PSIP)Subchannels9.1: CBSHD 9.2: FoxHD 9.3: MeTV 9.4: The CW PlusTranslators40 (UHF) Traverse City WFUP-DT 45.2 (UHF) VanderbiltOwnerHeritage Broadcasting Group (Heritage Broadcasting Company of Michigan)First air dateJanuary 1, 1954 (64 years ago) (1954-01-01)Call letters' meaningWater Wonderland TeleVisionSister station(s)WFQX-TV/ WFUPFormer channel number(s)Analog: 13 (VHF, 1954–1962) 9 (VHF, 1962–2009) Digital: 40 (UHF, 2007–2009)Former affiliationsABC(1954–1971) DuMont(1954–1956) (both secondary)Transmitter power45 kWHeight497 m (1,631 ft)Facility ID26994Transmitter coordinates44°8′12″N 85°20′33″W / 44.13667°N 85.34250°W / 44.13667; -85.34250Licensing authorityFCCPublic license information:Profile CDBSWebsitewww.9and10news.comWWUP-TV (satelliteof WWTV)Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan United StatesBrandingsee WWTV infoboxSlogansee WWTV infoboxChannelsDigital: 10 (VHF) Virtual: 10 (PSIP)Subchannels10.1: CBS HD 10.2: Fox HD 10.3: MeTVOwnerHeritage Broadcasting Group (Heritage Broadcasting Company of Michigan)First air dateJune 15, 1962 (56 years ago) (1962-06-15)Call letters' meaningWater Wonderland's Upper PeninsulaSister station(s)WFQX-TV / WFUPFormer channel number(s)Analog: 10 (VHF, 1962–2009) Digital: 49 (UHF, 2007–2009)Former affiliationssee WWTV infoboxTransmitter power25 kWHeight370 m (1,214 ft)Facility ID26993Transmitter coordinates46°3′36″N 84°5′57″W / 46.06000°N 84.09917°W / 46.06000; -84.09917 (WWUP-TV)Licensing authorityFCCPublic license information: (satelliteof WWTV) Profile (satelliteof WWTV) CDBSWebsitewww.9and10news.comWWTV is a CBS-affiliatedtelevision stationlicensedto Cadillac, Michigan, United States, serving the northern Lowerand eastern Upperpeninsulas of Michigan. It broadcasts a high definitiondigitalsignal on virtualand VHFchannel 9 from a transmitter on 130th Avenue in unincorporatedOsceola County, just northeast of Tustin. At 1,631 feet (497 m) high, its transmitter tower is the tallest in the state. The station is owned by Heritage Broadcasting Group, which also operates Cadillac-licensed Foxaffiliate WFQX-TV(channel 32) and Vanderbilt-licensed full-time satelliteWFUP (channel 45) through a shared servicesagreement (SSA) with owner Cadillac Telecasting. The two stations share studios on Broadcast Way (near US 131) in Cadillac. Like other network affiliates serving this vast and mainly rural area, the station operates a full-time, full-power satellite, WWUP-TV. Licensed to Sault Ste. Marie, this station broadcasts a high definition digital signal on virtual and VHF channel 10 from a transmitter approximately 30 miles (48 km) SSE of Sault Ste. Marie near Goetzvillein Chippewa County. Together, the two stations, which are known on-air as 9&10 News, serve 23 counties in the northern Lower Peninsula and three counties in the eastern Upper Peninsula. In addition, WWUP's signal can be received by viewers in NorthernOntarioincluding Sault Ste. Marie's Canadiansister city. Contents1 History2 Digital channels3 Cable and satellite coverage3.1 Cable coverage in Canada4 Programming5 News operation6 References7 External linksHistoryWWTV began broadcasting on New Year's Dayin 1954. The station was on channel 13 and was owned by Jacksonradio manufacturer Sparton Corporation. It was Michigan's first television station north of Lansing, predating Traverse City's WPBN-TV(channel 7) by several months. WWTV has been a CBS affiliate from its first day, but initially carried secondary affiliations with ABCand DuMont(the latter shut down in 1956). When WPBN signed on, WWTV shared ABC programming with that station until 1971, when WGTU(channel 29) signed on and became the area's ABC affiliate. WWTV aired some of ABC's soap operasand game showswhile WPBN aired ABC's sports programmingon the weekends. In 1958, broadcast pioneer John Fetzerpurchased WWTV. Fetzer also owned the Detroit Tigersand the purchase brought Tigers games to Northern Michigan for the first time. In 1961, a fire at the station's transmitter spread to the studio and destroyed the building. The building was quickly rebuilt, complete with new equipment. In 1962, WWTV swapped channel locations with WZZMin Grand Rapidsand moved to its current location on channel 9. The move to channel 9 allowed WWTV to boost its broadcasting power to cover the entire northern half of the Lower Peninsula. On June 15 of that year, Fetzer signed on WWUP in Sault Ste. Marie as a full-time satellite of WWTV. The stations were known collectively as "TV 9&10" from 1962 to the late-1990s when the stations dropped "TV" from their name and began referring to themselves as "9&10" or "9&10 News". In 1967, WWTV/WWUP broadcast in colorfor the first time (as CBS was the last network to convert to color broadcasting). In 1978, Fetzer sold WWTV/WWUP to Buffalo Billsowner Ralph Wilson. In 1988, the stations were sold to Heritage Broadcast Group, headed by DetroiterMario Iacobelli. WWTV/WWUP has long been one of the most technologically advanced small-market television stations in the country. On May 10, 2007, it was announced that the area's Foxaffiliate, WFQX-TV, was being sold by current owner Rockfleet Broadcastingto Cadillac Telecasting. The Federal Communications Commission(FCC) gave regulatory approval in late October of that year. After the closing of the sale, Cadillac Telecasting entered into a shared services agreement (SSA) with WWTV and WWUP. On June 12, 2009, WWTV and WWUP turned off their analog signals and moved their digital signals to the previous analog channels. On September 29, 2010, the FCC granted WWTV a construction permit for a digital fill-in translator on their pre-transition channel 40.This translator will primarily serve the Traverse City area. This repeater began operation on December 1, 2011. On February 2017, the station moved its studios and offices from its transmitter location near Tustin to an imposing renovated office building in Cadillac.On the night of August 30, 2018, the 1961 building caught fire and was destroyed, also compromising the transmitter portion of the building and forcing the station to scramble to bring its over-the-air and pay-TV signals back online in some form.It took a couple of days for the channel to be available again to cable TV and satellite customers.Streaming video of local newscasts is available.The broadcast signal was restored in early September at reduced power until a new transmitter is installed. Digital channels
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