Milwaukee Bucks Radio Network

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Milwaukee Bucks Radio Network
TypeRadio Network
BrandingBMO Bucks Radio Network
Country
HeadquartersMilwaukee, Wisconsin
Broadcast area
Wisconsin (14 stations)
Michigan (1 station)
OwnerMilwaukee Bucks
Affiliation(s)National Basketball Association
Affiliates15
Official website
BMO Bucks Radio Network

The Milwaukee Bucks Radio Network (branded as the BMO Bucks Radio Network) is a 15-station radio network in Wisconsin and Michigan that broadcasts basketball games and related programming for the Milwaukee Bucks of the National Basketball Association. Since the Bucks inaugural season, WTMJ/620 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, has served as the flagship station for the network.[1]

Announcers

Former Dallas Mavericks broadcaster Ted Davis has been part of the BMO Bucks Radio Network since 1997.[2] Dennis Krause, the sports director of Spectrum's local news channel Spectrum News 1, has been part of the BMO Bucks Radio Network since 1996.[3] Davis does play-by-play for every game, with Krause providing color commentary at home games. Occasionally, Davis may have a broadcasting assignment for a national radio network, and Krause performs play-by-play without a partner.

Programming

Pre-game

The pre-game show is Buck Shots.

Post-game

The post-game show is made up of two parts, the first half hour being the Radio.com Post Game Show, and the last hour being Bucks And-One (branded as Bucks And-One Presented by Noble Vines), which airs only on ESPN Milwaukee and ESPN Madison. Both parts are hosted by Justin Garcia.[1]

Stations

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Affiliates (15 stations)

Wisconsin
City Callsign Frequency
Appleton WHBY 1150 AM
103.5/106.3 FM
Eau Claire WMEQ 880 AM
106.3 FM
Fond du Lac KFIZ 1450 AM
Fort Atkinson WFAW 940 AM
Green Bay WNFL 1440 AM
101.9 FM
Janesville WCLO 1230 AM
92.7 FM
La Crosse WKTY 580 AM
96.7 FM
Madison WTLX 100.5 FM
Manitowoc WOMT 1240 AM
Milwaukee WTMJ 620 AM
Prairie du Chien WPRE 980 AM
104.3 FM
Rice Lake WJMC 1240 AM
Waupaca WDUX 92.7 FM
Wausau WRIG 1390 AM
93.9 FM
Michigan
City Callsign Frequency
Ironwood WJMS 590 AM

Bold denotes the Flagship station.

Source:[4]

References

  1. ^ a b "Milwaukee Bucks will stay with WTMJ-AM for game broadcasts". August 22, 2019.
  2. ^ "Milwaukee Talks: Bucks radio broadcaster Ted Davis". January 12, 2015.
  3. ^ "Bucks Game To Air On WTMJ Radio For 52nd Consecutive Season". NBA.com.
  4. ^ "BMO Harris Bucks Radio Network". Bucks.com.
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