|Kinnelon, New Jersey|
|Channels||Analog: 9 (VHF)|
|Owner||John A. Franklin|
|Founded||December 9, 1991|
|Former callsigns||W08DF (1991-1995)|
|Transmitter power||2.25 kW|
WWPS-LP first appeared on the airwaves in 1991 as a translator of Cornerstone Television. In 1995 the call sign was changed to WWPS-LP.
As of 2013[update] WWPS-LP holds an FCC construction permit for a 300-watt digital television transmitter on its existing channel 9; however, they will be required to use a different PSIP, as the PSIP of 9.1 is already used by WWOR-TV, which was broadcast on analog channel 9 prior to the 2009 Digital television transition in the United States.
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