FOX Sports Wisconsin and the Milwaukee Brewers today announced the telecast schedule for the 2018 season. The schedule features 155 games on FOX Sports Wisconsin, the exclusive local television home for the Brewers, and seven national appearances on FS1.
I've taken some unpopular stands in my time and distributed my share of stupid takes, especially regarding the Packers. But this is the ultimate detestable Take Hill on which I will die: broadcasters Joe Buck and Troy Aikman are not bad, anti-Packer morons. In fact, they are good. Here's why.
A petition has been created to have Brewers broadcaster Bob Uecker replace FOX's Joe Buck for the matchup between the long-suffering Cleveland Indians and the even longer-suffering Chicago Cubs. More than 15,000 baseball fans had signed it on Change.org, as of Monday morning.
If you watched any of the coverage leading up to the U.S. women's team victory over Japan on Sunday night, then you watched some of the finest TV journalism in the sports world courtesy of Fox Sports. A part of that team, analyst Kyndra de St. Aubin, has a Milwaukee connection.
When a TV production calls asking to "bling things up," well, more often than not productions fall into the camp of more is more. That case seems to hold true for Blizzard Lighting, the Waukesha-based firm that will be lighting up the pregame and halftime set for Fox at Sunday's NFC Championship football game on Sunday in Seattle.
Dave Begel tuned into Super Bowl coverage four hours ahead of kickoff, just to get a sense of our cultural identity as it fits into the world of the National Football League. What follows is kind of a stream of consciousness rundown of some of what made an impression, good and bad.
Lane Kimble is a new multimedia journalist at WDJT-TV CBS 58. The UW-Whitewater graduate often goes out on stories on his own, shooting and editing his video packages for the evening newscasts.
In the three years since Mark Concannon left the FOX 6 "Wakeup" morning show, the reporter, producer and writer has kept himself busy. In addition to launching his own video production company, the Philadelphia native but longtime Milwaukee resident has freelanced for OnMilwaukee.com and other publications, but perhaps most visibility, has served as a sideline reporter for Milwaukee Brewers TV games.
Former Bucks star Sidney Moncrief is back in town tonight, joining Jim Paschke for the FS Wisconsin broadcast of the Bucks-Spurs game. We caught up with Moncrief this afternoon.
In advance of the Packers-Vikings rematch Sunday at the Metrodome. Bo Mitchell of Fox Sports North and I engaged in a little back-and-forth banter.
Cue the kickoff track on your "Jock Jams" disc, because your quest for more discussion of the Packers, Bucks, Brewers and other sports teams will bear fruit when SportsRadio 1250, WSSP-AM, officially launches Jan. 3.
The Crew meets the Cubs in Wrigley Field, and Geoff Jenkins and Richie Sexson make their national debuts as television hosts. Read all about the big weekend in The Brew Crew Review.