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Summerall known for TV broadcasting, video game legacy

Published April 17, 2013

If you watched games, including 13 Super Bowls, you heard Pat Summerall make the play-by-play with a number of different analysts in the press box. His longest serving partner was former Raiders coach John Madden.

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The many faces of Frank Caliendo come home

Published Jan. 21, 2012

Waukesha native Frank Caliendo has possibly impersonated hundreds of different people over his comedy career. With his ever-growing repertoire, he's seen his talents grow from stand-up stages to radio spots and several different TV programs. Tonight the Mad TV alum will be back in Wisconsin to perform at The Riverside, and if you see him out and about in the city, he might just break out an impression.

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Saturday Scorecard: Frank talk about Madden news

Published April 18, 2009

When iconic National Football League broadcaster John Madden announced his retirement this week, virtually everyone in the sports media scrambled to Rolodex and frantically made calls seeking comment... from Frank Caliendo. "I got an e-mail from my manager asking if I'd heard that John Madden had retired," the Waukesha native and UWM graduate said in a phone interview from his home in Tempe, Ariz. "I said `Only from 75 radio stations!"

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Madden announces his retirement from NBC

Published April 16, 2009

Legendary NFL broadcaster John Madden, who was expected to announce the Packers' season-opening game against the Bears Sept. 13 at Lambeau Field, announced his retirement on Thursday.

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