WFQX-TV, virtual and UHF digital channel 32, is a Fox/The CW/Ion Television-affiliated TV station licensed to Cadillac, Michigan, United States, serving the northern Lower and eastern Upper peninsulas of Michigan. Owned by Cadillac Telecasting Company, the station is operated under a shared services agreement (SSA) by Heritage Broadcasting Group, making it a sister stationto Cadillac-licensed CBS affiliate WWTV, channel 9 (and its Sault Ste. Marie-licensed full-time satellite WWUP-TV, channel 10). The two stations share studios on Broadcast Way (near US 131) in Cadillac and transmitter facilities on 130th Avenue in unincorporated Osceola County, just northeast of Tustin.

As with other network affiliates in this vast and mainly rural area, WFQX-TV operates a full-time, full-power satellite, WFUP (virtual and UHF digital channel 45). Licensed to Vanderbilt, this station's transmitter is located on Hudson Lookout in southeastern Charlevoix County. Unlike other network affiliates in Northern Michigan, the WFQX and WFUP combination does not incorporate the satellite station's channel number in its branding; the stations are simply referred to as Local 32. Aside from required hourly legal identification, there is no on-air mention that WFUP exists.
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