Bucks Broadcasters



Ted Davis enters his 38th year in broadcasting, with the 2010-11 campaign marking his 14th season
as the radio "Voice of the Bucks". He came to Milwaukee following nine seasons calling the
action for the Dallas Mavericks. During the 2004-05 campaign, Davis received the Milwaukee
Achievement In Radio (AIR) award as the best play-by-play broadcaster for the second time in his
career. He won the award in 1998-99 as well. He also earned the KATIE Award - the most prestigious
award in Texas for excellence in writing or broadcast journalism - for his work as play-by-play broadcaster on
KLIF-AM for the Dallas Mavericks during the 1996-97 season.

A native of Lubbock, Texas, Davis began his radio career at the age of 17 when he was hired by KDNT in Denton, Texas.
He spent 10 years (1978-88) on the sports staff at KVIL in Dallas-Fort Worth, and called Texas Christian University and
Texas A&M games for the Southwest Conference radio network from 1982-86. He has also covered the NCAA Men's
Basketball Tournament for CBS Radio from 1986-88 and the NCAA Women's Final Four in 1986 and 1987. Davis has
also held announcing positions with KLIF-AM and WBAP-AM in Dallas-Fort Worth, the Mutual Broadcasting System, and
North Texas State University (men's basketball and football).
Ted and his wife, Debbie, also a native Texan, reside in Menomonee Falls.



Jim Paschke enters his 38th year in the broadcasting industry with the 2010-11 season. Paschke
is currently in his 25th season as the television "Voice of the Bucks" and 15th as the team's
Television Development Coordinator. He has paired with current broadcast partner Jon
McGlocklin, the "Original Buck", for the past 24 seasons. Paschke works year-round on the telecasts,
television projects and other team broadcast ventures, and regularly contributes both video
and written content on the Bucks web site with his "Paschketball" features. Jim is also a featured speaker in the community,
addressing various civic groups and school assemblies throughout the year.

A native of Bloomington, Minnesota, he attended the University of Minnesota and Brown Institute in Minneapolis. He
began his broadcasting career in radio in Knoxville, Iowa, and moved to television in Sioux City, Iowa. Paschke served
as sports director at WMTV-TV15 in Madison, WI, for three years and doubled as an analyst for University of Wisconsin
football and basketball games.

He originally came to Milwaukee in 1980 and later served as sports director at WITI-TV6. From 1987-91 and 1995-96,
baseball fans enjoyed hearing Jim as the television voice of the Milwaukee Brewers. He has also handled play-by-play
duties for Marquette University basketball, Milwaukee Admirals (IHL) hockey and auto races at Wisconsin State Fair
Park. Paschke returned to WITI-TV in 1992 to serve as moderator of the station's popular "Talking Sports" program,
which earned an Emmy Award in 1993. In 2007 and 2009, Jim handled play-by-play duties for the NCAA Division III
Baseball Championships. He broadcast Wisconsin Timber Rattlers games in 2007 for Time Warner Cable.

On October 6, 2007, Jim became a member of the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame as "a Friend of
Basketball". He also serves as an honorary MACC Fund board member.
In 2008 Jim and partner Jon McGlocklin won Emmy Awards for their work on the Fox Sports Wisconsin broadcast of a
Bucks-Lakers game in 2007. In 2009, Jim and Jon won Emmy Awards as contributors to Fox Sports Wisconsin's Bucks
Live pre and post-game shows.

Jim lives in Wauwatosa. His son, Michael is a student at UWM.



Dennis Krause is in his 15th season as the radio color analyst for Bucks home games. He first
joined the Bucks Radio Network in 1995 as the fill-in play-by-play voice.

Krause is a three-time Wisconsin Sportscaster of the Year, most recently for 2008. Dennis is the
host of the daily "Sports32 Roundtable" and the interview program "The Dennis Krause Show" on
Time Warner Cable Sports32, based in Milwaukee and seen in 200 communities in Wisconsin. For the last three years,
he has been the television play-by-play voice of Marquette University basketball and host of their coach's show on

Krause is a native of Hartford, Wisconsin and a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. He worked from 1984-
`87 at WMBD Radio and TV in Peoria, Illinois and from 1987-2003 at WTMJ-TV in Milwaukee, where he served as sports
director and won a Midwest Emmy award.
In addition to his Bucks radio duties, Krause is the host of the pre-game show, "Packers Preview" on the Green Bay
Packers Radio Network.

Dennis lives in Thiensville with his wife, Julie, and their two children, Melissa and Zac.



Jon McGlocklin enters his 35th season as analyst for Bucks TV games. Known as the "Original
Buck", McGlocklin has been associated with the Bucks organization since the inception of the
franchise in 1968.

McGlocklin averaged 19.6 ppg in the Bucks inaugural season of 1968-69 and went on to play
eight years in a Milwaukee uniform. His name appears in five categories on the Bucks all-time career leaders list.
Named to the 1969 Eastern Division All-Star team, "Jonny Mac" was a starting guard on the Bucks 1971 World
Championship team. For his many on-court contributions to the franchise, his number 14 jersey was retired in 1976
and currently hangs from the rafters inside the Bradley Center. McGlocklin began his NBA career in 1965 with
Cincinnati where he played two seasons before going to San Diego. An 11-year NBA vet, he sports a career scoring
average of 11.6.

A college standout at Indiana University, McGlocklin is a member of the Indiana University Hall of Fame, Indiana
prep basketball Hall of Fame and was named one of the 50 Greatest Players in Indiana state history. He was
inducted into the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame in October of 1983, and in September of 1998 was inducted into
the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) Hall of Fame as a "Friend of Basketball".

Following his retirement from professional basketball in 1976, he joined the Bucks front office. Soon after, in 1976,
McGlocklin, along with former Bucks broadcaster Eddie Doucette, founded the Midwest Athletes Against
Childhood Cancer (MACC) Fund. Serving as president, the fund financed construction of the MACC Fund
research center at the Medical College of Wisconsin and has contributed $36 million to the fight against childhood
cancer. In June, 2004, after spending 18 years as a trustee, he was named trustee emeritus for the Medical
College of Wisconsin. McGlocklin is on the State Board of Directors for the Fellowship or Christian Athletes.

A member of the business community as well, McGlocklin helped found Bando McGlocklin Capital Corporation in
1980. He was also president and owner of Healy Awards, Inc., a manufacturer of awards and recognition products,
in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, from 1997-2006.

Jon and his wife, Pam, reside in Hartland. Their son,
Shannon, and his wife, Colleen, and granddaughters, Kayleigh and Alannah, also reside in Hartland. Their daughter,
Meghan, and her husband, Matt, and granddaughters, Keegan and Quinn, reside in Delafield.



Craig Coshun begins his 11th season covering the Bucks as pre-game and post-game host of
Bucks Live. He also serves as a sideline reporter and during the summer, he performs the same
duties for Milwaukee Brewers telecasts. Coshun and his FOX Sports Wisconsin colleagues have
won three Emmy Awards for their Bucks basketball and Brewers baseball coverage.

Coshun is a veteran state sportscaster, beginning with WEAU-TV in Eau Claire in 1988. Since
then, he has worked as Madison's WMTV-TV's sports director, while calling University of Wisconsin events and
WIAA State High School Football Championships. Coshun does college basketball and football play-by-play for
the Big Ten Network. He has spent more than a decade calling college games for the ESPN family of networks.
He has filled in as the Brewers play-by-play announcer and has served as Inside Wisconsin Sports Magazine's
feature writer.

Coshun resides in Verona with his wife Pam and sons John and Jake. He is a UW-Whitewater grad.


Telly Hughes returns to the hardwood for his second season as a sideline reporter after being an
in-season addition to the FOX Sports Wisconsin crew in 2008-09. Hughes also serves as a sideline
reporter for FS Wisconsin's broadcasts of Milwaukee Brewers games.

An East St. Louis, Illinois, native, Hughes previously worked with Fox Sports North. He has also
worked as a sports anchor/reporter with KPLR-TV in St. Louis, MO, WHO-TV in Des Moines, IA,
and WMAZ-TV in Macon, Georia.


Tony Smith begins his second season as the pre and post-game analyst for Bucks games. Prior
to joining FOX Sports Wisconsin Smith worked in the media ranks as a co-host on ESPN
Milwaukee radio and color analyst for local high school games on Time Warner Sports.

A native of Milwaukee, Smith played basketball at Wauwatosa East High School and Marquette
University before going on to play in the NBA with the L.A. Lakers, Phoenix, Miami, Charlotte,
Atlanta and Milwaukee.

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