WWTV is a CBS-affiliated television station licensed to Cadillac, Michigan, United States, serving the northern Lower and eastern Upper peninsulas of Michigan. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on virtual and VHF channel 9 from a transmitter on 130th Avenue in unincorporated Osceola 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 Fox affiliate WFQX-TV (channel 32) and Vanderbilt-licensed full-time satellite WFUP (channel 45) through a shared services agreement (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 Goetzville in 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 Northern Ontario including Sault Ste. Marie's Canadian sister city.