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The building was quickly rebuilt, complete with new equipment.In 1962, WWTV swapped channel locations with WZZM in Grand Rapids and moved to its current location on channel 9.

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Owned by Heritage Broadcasting Group, WWTV also operates Fox affiliate WFQX-TV and its full-time satellite, WFUP, through a shared services agreement (SSA) with its owner Cadillac Telecasting.Like other network affiliates serving this vast and mainly rural area, the station operates a full-time, full-power satellite, WWUP-TV (virtual and VHF digital channel 10). Marie, this station's transmitter is approximately 30 miles (48 km) SSE of Sault Ste. 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. The station was on channel 13 and was owned by Jackson radio manufacturer Sparton Corporation.In addition, WWUP's signal can be received by viewers in Northern Ontario including Sault Ste. It was Michigan's first television station north of Lansing, predating Traverse City's WPBN-TV by several months.Fetzer also owned the Detroit Tigers and 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.

Owned by Heritage Broadcasting Group, WWTV also operates Fox affiliate WFQX-TV and its full-time satellite, WFUP, through a shared services agreement (SSA) with its owner Cadillac Telecasting.

Like other network affiliates serving this vast and mainly rural area, the station operates a full-time, full-power satellite, WWUP-TV (virtual and VHF digital channel 10). Marie, this station's transmitter is approximately 30 miles (48 km) SSE of Sault Ste. 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. The station was on channel 13 and was owned by Jackson radio manufacturer Sparton Corporation.

In addition, WWUP's signal can be received by viewers in Northern Ontario including Sault Ste. It was Michigan's first television station north of Lansing, predating Traverse City's WPBN-TV by several months.

Fetzer also owned the Detroit Tigers and 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.

In 1988, the stations were sold to Heritage Broadcast Group, headed by Detroiter Mario Iacobelli.