540 ESPN Shows
Former NFL player Mike Golic and ESPN SportsCenter anchor Mike Greenberg host a fun-filled, fast-paced, informative morning drive program for the sports enthusiast. Mike and Mike bring Milwaukee sports, news, analysis, entertainment and big-name interviews.
Show Page: ESPNWisconsin.com/Mike&Mike
Jason’s daily show, Green and Gold Today with co-host Bill Johnson airs live every weekday morning from 9 a.m. - 10 a.m. on 540 ESPN and ESPNWisconsin.com. Green and Gold Today provides listeners around the world with their daily fix of Packers news, information, opinions, and gives fans the opportunity to join the conversation with email, facebook, tweets, texts, and phone calls.
Show Page: ESPNWisconsin.com/packers
Drew Olson and Dan Needles make up the talking heads that host The D-List every day. Drew is the Senior Editor of ESPNWisconsin.com and covered the Milwaukee Brewers for the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel for more than ten years. Dan fills out the D-List with the same wit and charm you can see every night on the 10 p.m. news - Dan is the channel 12 WISN Sports Director.
Show Page: ESPNWisconsin.com/dlist
Joined by Ryen Russillo, The Scott Van Pelt Show replaces Tirico & Van Pelt in radio’s afternoon time slot. The show will adopt the atmosphere of two pals talking sports, sharing their opinions and personalities with listeners.
Show Page: ESPNWisconsin.com/svpandrussillo
One of the most popular talk shows in Milwaukee since, 1989, Homer has found a home. Homer's view of the local teams plus his unique relationship with his listeners and callers make his show the most entertaining in sports radio.
Joining Homer is Thunder, or Mitch Nelles. The goofy pair discuss what's happening in the sports world, as well as have many on air guests and interviews. Weekly segments, such as What's it Worth with Jeff from Jeff's Sports, can also be heard.
Show Page: ESPNWisconsin.com/homerandthunder
Antonio Curro, from NY2LA Sports (ny2lasports.com) will join our team of in-house high school experts for a weekly show each Monday from 6 p.m.-7 p.m. on 540 ESPN and ESPNWisconsin.com.
The show will air 52 weeks a year and focus on high school sports. The majority of the show will revolve around basketball, with some football and baseball thrown in. Coverage will include local, state and national stories.
Tune in to “The NY2LA Sports Show.”
Immediately Following Every Brewers Game
This is the place to be following every Brewers match-up for opinions, game audio from players and coaches, and quick recap of the game. This one hour post game show gives key stats along with an opportunity for the fan to call in and give their thoughts on the ball club.
ESPN Milwaukee's Pack Attack is a two hour Green & Gold post-game show hosted by your very own Homer and Bill Johnson.
The Saturday Ticket is your destination for everything Wisconsin sports. Matt Salmon and Alex Petakas bring you all you need to know from the past week in the world of sports every Saturday from 9 a.m.-11 a.m. Your ticket to everything sports is the Saturday Ticket.
Former Green Bay Packer Mark Chmura teams with Craig Karmazin in bringing you the best in talk from the gridiron. Chmura's bold opinions and insider's insight help bring you the best in Packers coverage. Mark and Craig bring their unique football perspective to the air every Sunday morning.
Show Page: ESPNWisconsin.com/mlfs
540 ESPN is your home for Marquette Golden Eagles basketball! Pre-game, post-game, interviews, and more! Catch all of the action from the season opener all the way through March Madness with Steve "The Homer" True, on 540 ESPN.
Join 540 ESPN two hours prior to every home Badger game for our live pre-game broadcast -- Wisconsin College GameDay. Hosts include Craig Karmazin, Bill Johnson, Mitch Nelles, Phil Chavez, Adam Mertz, and Lance Davis.
Chuck Garbedian, the host of Garbadian on Golf on 540 ESPN. He has worked nearly two decades in the golf industry as a writer, broadcaster, instructor, salesman and just about every other capacity. Listen in every Sunday to get the latest golf news!
When there's a big event, 540 ESPN is there live with special programming. The Super Bowl, the Final Four, the BCS Championship and more. When the entire sports world is there, we're there too with live local programming on 540 ESPN.