W67AJ Channel 67 was a translator of WLNS Channel 6, the Lansing affiliate of the CBS network. The translator was owned by Eastern Michigan University and came into being in 1994, as WJBK channel 2, at the time the CBS affiliate in Detroit, switched to Fox on December 11 of that year, with CBS moving over to the then-WGPR-TV, now WWJ-TV, which was all but unviewable most of the time in Ann Arbor, so CBS persuaded WLNS to sign on W67AJ, as the main WLNS channel often faced interference in Ann Arbor due to WEMU, both on analog channel 6 and on it's radio simulcast on 87.7 FM. The translator went off the air by January 2007.