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WWJ, 950 AM (a regional broadcast frequency), is an all-news radio station located in Detroit, Michigan. The station is also licensed by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for hybrid ( HD) broadcasting. August 20, 2016 will mark the beginning of its 97th year of broadcasting.

Owned by the CBS Radio subsidiary of CBS Corporation, WWJ's studios are in the Panasonic Building in Southfield, and its transmitter is located near Newport. WWJ is the only commercial all-news radio station in Michigan. Co-owned television station WWJ-TV (channel 62) is the only CBS owned-and-operated station without any local news presence (the television station carried news programming from 1997 to 2002 through present-day sister station WKBD-TV and a morning news program that ran from 2009 to 2012).


WWJ may refer to:

In broadcasting, the following stations in Detroit, Michigan, United States:
;Current stations:
  • WWJ (AM), a radio station (950 AM) with an all-news format
  • WWJ-TV, a CBS owned and operated television station (channel 62 virtual/44 digital)
;Stations formerly known as WWJ:
  • WXYT-FM, a radio station (97.1 FM) that was known as WWJ-FM from 1948 to 1981
  • WDIV-TV, an NBC affiliated television station (channel 4 virtual/45 digital) that was known as WWJ-TV from 1947 to 1978
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