Newsradio 620 WTMJ

Newsradio 620 WTMJ

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Get your breaking news, headlines and Storm Team 4 weather when you want it, wherever you are, and it’s all FREE! Breaking news, weather, traffic alerts from southeast Wisconsin are available at your fingertips with Newsradio 620 WTMJ's app. Our app offers extensive coverage of the stories that matter most to you, including the latest on local and state-wide government, with headlines fresh from Madison. Our dynamic sports team and live game coverage keeps you in the loop with your favorite Wisconsin teams, while our award-winning talk show hosts Jeff Wagner and Charlie Sykes provide the best in conservative perspective. Start your day with Gene Mueller and our Wisconsin's Morning News team and continue it throughout the day easily with our app, powered by WTMJ.com.

App features include:
-Streaming capabilities for easy listening on the go
-The latest news headlines from Wisconsin's Morning News and Wisconsin's Afternoon news, including reports from Gene Mueller, Jon Byman and Jodi Becker
-Local, state and national political commentary from Jeff Wagner and Charlie Sykes
-Sports information on your favorite teams, including the Green Bay Packers, the Milwaukee Brewers, the Milwaukee Bucks, the Marquette Golden Eagles and the Wisconsin Badges, including commentary from the Freak and the Geek, Greg Matzek and Jeff Falconio
-The latest weather forecasts from our partner Storm Team 4, including Chief Meteorologist John Malan and Scott Steele

-Your iContribute photos, including Scott Steele's Pet pics and your favorite local sports teams
-News, sports and weather photos
-Videos from our latest newscasts, as well as web exclusive videos
-Traffic updates for your commute
-Blogs from your favorite Newsradio 620 WTMJ personalities, including Charlie Sykes, Jeff Wagner, Gene Mueller, John Mercure, Jeff Falconio and Greg Matzek
-Station contests and promotions
-School closings

-An easy way to listen to connect with our partner, TODAY'S TMJ4
-A way to submit your story or photo to our station via iContribute

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  • (51 stars)

    by Russ Edelburg on 30/01/2015

    This app. is the worst app. I have experienced. It keeps disconnecting. I also use IHeart radio and WBBM 780 Chicago and they stream flawlessly. I do enjoy the content on WTMJ 620 so much I have not dumped the app. which most people would.

  • (51 stars)

    by John Bunde on 14/01/2015

    The app does not play the live stream so no Packers pregame or postgame. Kind of need those.

  • (51 stars)

    by Eric Shaw on 08/01/2015

    Love the app when traveling out of state. Able to keep up with all my shows!

  • (51 stars)

    by Jeff Shervey on 08/01/2015

    School closings and news are frustratingly slow. Running on new note4 on extreme TW RR

  • (51 stars)

    by Collin Bryant on 09/12/2014

    Its bull crap that you cant listen to 620 when the games on the phone is a mobile radio so why the hell can I not listen to the packers play huh useful for other things but when I wanna hear the packers when no other radios on the complex gets am this app really let me down before I could listen all the time to 620 now forget it

  • (51 stars)

    by Doc Hoffman on 23/10/2014

    I now have a Samsung Galaxy S5 Phone, which replaced my vintage HTC Touch Pro II Windows Phone, and with both of these "smart" phones, when exiting this app, the streaming audio keeps going, even when I'm back to, and in to my home page. I have to go into my "manage apps" file, bring up this app, and click on "force close" to get it to quit. Irritating,very!

  • (51 stars)

    by MAUREEN CHOBANOFF on 12/10/2014

    According to the app, we can't listen to the Packers. We have to listen on the radio or a desktop. That's fine...unless you're on the road and out of range. Like we are now.

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