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Aaron Rodgers and WAUK-AM Agree to a Deal

Aaron Rodgers has struck a deal to do radio for WAUK-AM during the season and playoffs as a guest.

Green Bay Packers Aaron Rodgers has joined WAUK-AM (540) as a regular weekly guest during the National Football League season and playoffs, the station announced Tuesday afternoon.

The president of Good Karma Broadcasting, Craig Karmazin, said the deal with Rodgers was for more than two years. Karmazin declined to say how much the station is paying Rodgers.

Good Karma Broadcasting owns WAUK, which brands itself as 540 ESPN and ESPNMilwaukee.com. It is one of two all sports-talk stations in the Milwaukee market.

Karmazin said the time and day of Rodgers’ spots has not been set. He said that will be determined after the Packers set their regular schedule for the season.

“He’ll be joining us for an on-air segment each beginning with the first week of the NFL season and going through the Super Bowl, whether the Packers are in the Super Bowl or not,” Karmazin said. “In addition, he will be appearing at some of our station events and heavily involved in the marketing of the station.”


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