P&P Cable Holdings is a corporation in the United States that owns several low-power television stations. The company started in Michigan with one television station, W54DA (later WXON-LP, now defunct). Since then, the company has expanded to fifteen stations. Many of the call signs held by P&P, were previously held by other Michigan stations, and the company is well known for picking up no longer used calls and reusing them for their own LPTV properties. A few P&P stations were purchased by a company called NTN Saginaw, until that company went out of business.
In the 1990s, P&P had around 20 construction permits, some of which were deleted by the FCC or bought by different companies. Some were built, however. The construction permit for W30BQ in Pinconning was built as W54DA in Flint, that would become P&P's first station. W54DA's callsign was later changed to WXON-LP. The WXON calls were previously used by WMYD, and P&P now uses former callsigns of Michigan stations.
Many P&P stations were purchased by different companies. A few were purchased by NTN Saginaw, and W52CU (now WHNE-LD) was purchased by Tait Broadcasting and moved to Detroit.
In 2012, some P&P stations were forced off the air due to the deletion of UHF 52-69. Now many P&P stations just operate part-time until it is known if the FCC will force them off the air, especially since they're low power stations and with the spectrum auction. If that happens, Traverse City will have no MyNetwork TV affiliate.