Spectrum Sports (Wisconsin)

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Spectrum Sports
Spectrum Sports logo.png
Launched February 2007
Network Spectrum Sports
Owned by Time Warner Cable (2007-2016)
Charter Communications (2016-present)
Broadcast area Milwaukee, Wisconsin & surrounding areas, Northeast Wisconsin
Formerly called Time Warner Sports Milwaukee (February 2007-June 2008), Time Warner Cable Sports 32 (June 2008-January 2013), Time Warner Cable SportsChannel (Jan 2013–Sept 2016)
Sister channel(s) Spectrum Sports (Carolinas),
Spectrum Sports (Ohio),
Spectrum Sports (New York),
Spectrum Sports (Kansas City),
Spectrum SportsNet (Los Angeles),
Spectrum Sports (Texas)
Spectrum Sports (Florida)
Spectrum SportsNet LA
Website Milwaukee
Green Bay
Spectrum Milwaukee, Green Bay, Appleton systems 32 (SD)
1332 (HD)

Spectrum Sports is a regional sports network owned by Charter Communications through its acquisition of Time Warner Cable, including its Milwaukee and Eastern Wisconsin cable franchises, in May 2016. Broadcasting on Channel 32 exclusively on Charter Spectrum systems in the Milwaukee and Green Bay/Fox Cities areas, the channel launched in February 2007. This is not to be confused with WACY, Green Bay's actual broadcast Channel 32, which airs on TWC channel 83 on Northeastern Wisconsin systems.

Currently the channel features a mix of local sports roundtable discussion shows, UW-Milwaukee Panthers sporting events, programs featuring the former sports directors of several local television stations and newspapers, coaches' shows, high school sports, and other minor professional sports within the Milwaukee and Green Bay franchise areas of Time Warner Cable. Until 2013 the network also aired Marquette Golden Eagles sports, including men's college basketball games from ESPN Plus, rebroadcasts of ESPN Marquette games, other Marquette sports, and archived Marquette sports programming; this was discontinued that year due to the new Big East Conference contract with Fox Sports 1 which will see some games sub-licensed to Fox Sports Wisconsin locally, and the athletic department considering taking their coach's shows online-only or discontinuing them altogether.[1]

On May 18, 2016, Charter completed its merger with Time Warner Cable, after an earlier attempt by Comcast to merge with Time Warner had failed the year before, placing the network and Time Warner Cable's Milwaukee operations under the control of Charter. As a result, it and the other ex-TWC RSNs have been rebranded under the umbrella of Spectrum Sports; it's currently unknown when Charter will add it to the state's legacy Charter systems.


The following shows are broadcast and produced by Spectrum Sports (Wisconsin):

  • The Roundtable – A roundtable show featuring Spectrum Sports' Sports Director Dennis Krause and state sports journalists. Airs weeknights.
  • Dennis Krause Show - A half-hour profile show with Krause interviewing sports coaches and former Wisconsin sports greats.
  • Sports32 Weekly – Weekly round-up of high school, college, or professional, premieres Tuesdays.
  • Timber Rattlers Field Pass - Program featuring stories, news and profiles involving Appleton's minor league baseball team, the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers.
  • The Rob Jeter Show – Official weekly coach's show for Milwaukee men's basketball coach Rob Jeter, with Bill Johnson.
  • The Keith Tozer Show – A weekly show involving the XSL indoor soccer league and the Milwaukee Wave, featuring Wave coach Keith Tozer, with Dennis Krause.
  • "The Midwest Ballers Show"

The following sporting events are carried by Spectrum Sports (Wisconsin):

Other shows that air on Spectrum Sports (Wisconsin):

  • Milwaukee Admirals All-Access
  • Milwaukee Iron Coach's Show
  • Sidelines
  • On the Water Adventures
  • Hunter's Exchange
  • John Gillespies Waters & Woods
  • Midwest Classic Golf with Tom Sutton
  • Raceline


  1. ^ Kirchen, Rich (19 September 2013). "Buzz Williams show, MU games exit Time Warner SportsChannel". The Business Journal of Milwaukee. Retrieved 22 September 2013. 

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