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Bucks TV, radio schedules adjusted


The Milwaukee Bucks announced a series of changes to the upcoming broadcast schedule resulting from conflicts on their flagship stations, FOX Sports Wisconsin and Newsradio 620 WTMJ.

All remaining regular season Bucks games will still feature live broadcasts on both TV and radio, with the exception of the April 6 game vs. Toronto (radio broadcast only). Eight conflicting games will move to SportsRadio 1250 AM and six games will move to FOX Sports Wisconsin's alternate channel.

The FOX Sports Wisconsin alternate channel is available to all cable and satellite providers that carry FOX Sports Wisconsin.

The first Bucks game on the alternate channel (April 3 vs. Minnesota) will air on channels 310 (SD) and 1310 (HD) for Time Warner customers and channel 323 for Charter Communications customers.

Channels for DirecTV and Dish Network are forthcoming. Channel listings for the remaining alternate channel games will be available on bucks.com and foxsportswisconsin.com/alternate-channel prior to the game.

Here is the broadcast schedule for the remaining Bucks games:

  • March 30 vs. Oklahoma City 7:30 p.m. -- 620 WTMJ; FOX Sports Wisconsin
  • April 1 vs. Charlotte 7 p.m. -- 620 WTMJ; FOX Sports Wisconsin
  • April 3 vs. Minnesota 7 p.m. -- 1250 WSSP; FOX Sports Wisconsin Alternate
  • April 5 at New York 6:30 p.m. -- 1250 WSSP; FOX Sports Wisconsin Alternate
  • April 6 vs. Toronto 7:30 p.m. -- 1250 WSSP; No local TV broadcast
  • April 9 at Miami 6:30 p.m. -- 1250 WSSP; FOX Sports Wisconsin Alternate
  • April 10 at Orlando 6 p.m. -- 1250 WSSP; FOX Sports Wisconsin Alternate
  • April 12 at Atlanta 6:30 p.m. -- 1250 WSSP; FOX Sports Wisconsin Alternate
  • April 13 at Charlotte 6 p.m. -- 1250 WSSP; FOX Sports Wisconsin
  • April 15 vs. Denver 7 p.m. -- 620 WTMJ; FOX Sports Wisconsin
  • April 17 at Oklahoma City 7 p.m. -- 1250 WSSP; FOX Sports Wisconsin Alternate

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