The Bucks may be in a league-wide timeout at the moment, but Pat Connaughton is staying busy - at least he certainly will be on Thursday, when he takes to the air waves to raise money for COVID-19 relief with the Athletes Doing Good radiothon.
Before he hits airwaves on Monday morning, OnMilwaukee got to catch up with fan favorite John Kuhn to chat about his new show, how COVID-19 will affect the NFL now and later, and yes, why everyone should probably calm down about the Packers' draft.
Announced this morning, former Packers fullback favorite and two-time Super Bowl champ John Kuhn will join the station to host a new midday sports talk show, "Nine 2 Noon with Kuhn," with former Wisconsin Badgers basketball star Brian Butch.
While many of us can get by with Zoom meetings in sweatpants, members of Milwaukee's broadcast media community must still look and sound good, creating makeshift studios in their own homes, delivering news and content just like they always have.
While ostensibly aimed at children at home during the pandemic, everyone can learn a little something about landmark musicians like Aretha Franklin, David Bowie, Diana Ross, Elvis Presley and others in 88Nine Radio Milwaukee's new daily School of Rock, which airs weekdays at 9 a.m.
The first snowfall may have mostly melted away, but it's at least beginning to sound a lot like Christmas as two local radio stations - 95.7 BIG FM and B93.3 - have made the switch to seasonal music
The Milwaukee Bucks are partnering with El Rey to bring more Bucks games in Spanish to Milwaukee airwaves through the Spanish Broadcast Game of the Week. Here's the schedule of games this season.
Lake Geneva native Joy Powers has taken a circuitous route to get back to Wisconsin. The "Lake Effect" producer and reporter worked in and out of radio, including a stint at WBEZ in Chicago, before joining the staff at 89.7 WUWM.
Things may look dire right now for the Bucks - but that's all the more reason to get pumped up and let the home team hear you all the way up in Canada. And what better way to do so than with some throwback classics, jock jams and arena anthems?
if Drake's gonna make a whole bunch of noise on the sidelines this series - and he will - no reason to let him make noise on our airwaves. At least that's 103.7 KISS FM's thinking.
It wasn't the best-kept secret in Milwaukee radio, but long-time "Bob and Brian" contributor Steve Czaban returned to local airwaves Friday morning. He's the new host of a morning show on FM 97.3 "The Game."
Veteran Milwaukee air personality Karen Dalessandro will take over the afternoon show on 96.5 KLH as the full-time host.
After more than a decade as the morning show hosts at WRIT-FM - many of them as the top-rated radio show on the dial - Dave Murphy and Meg McKenzie are out at 95.7 BIG FM. Here's what they have to say about their departure.
You may remember David Lee's name from the old WQFM - but you certainly know his deep, bass voice from station IDs on Westwood One, MLB Network and more. Lee's baritone voice is everywhere these days, and now it's found a new home on a newly created Internet radio station the Green Bay native calls "The Titletown Music Archive."
Last month, the 620 WTMJ radio team took the stage at the Turner Hall Ballroom for its annual live Christmas show. But don't feel despondent if you missed it, because starting this weekend, you'll be able to hear their goofy holiday good times on air.