SportsFan 100.5 is North Central Wisconsin’s only “full-power all-Sports” FM station…and we talk Wisconsin Sports, with seven hours devoted to the Packers, Badgers, Brewers and Bucks every day! High profile sports entertainers deliver the latest sporting news, scores, compelling insight, and dynamic guests twenty four hours a day. WDTX is locally owned by Sunrise Broadcasting, LLC.

News headlines are aired once an hour from the CBS Radio Network. Breaking, extended and crisis news coverage airs as needed.

Weather information provided by WeatherEye, the Midwest’s leading weather service. Weather broadcasts are aired twice per hour and extended weather coverage is aired during any serious weather conditions.


1am – 5am: SportsCenter All Night

5am – 9am: Golic & Wingo – Mike Golic and Trey Wingo break down the top news, games and drama throughout the sports world.

9am – 11am: Mike Heller Show – Mike Heller and Jon Arias team up for the best Badger, Packer and Brewers sports talk, with great guests and listener phone calls, too. Live from “Big 1070” in Madison, Milwaukee and Green Bay.

11am – 2pm: The Dan Patrick Show – As on of America’s legendary sports journalists, The Dan Patrick Show is known for its extensive A-list interviews along with its unique blend of breaking sports news, situational comedy and unparalleled pop culture commentary.

2pm – 5pm: Rich Eisen Show – One of the most well-known names in sports broadcasting, NFL network host Rich Eisen delivers insightful sports analysis, celebrity guests, breaking sports news and an offbeat mix of humor and pop culture.

5pm – 6pm: The Sports Hub – Chad Holmes is in the Sports Hub and opening the phone lines to talk sports. The Sports Hub is Central Wisconsin’s only local daily sports call-in show.

6pm – 8pm: Spain & Company – Sarah Spain and guest co-hosts keep tabs on the top stories in sports and pop culture.

8pm – 12am: Freddie & Fitzsimmons – Freddie Coleman and Ian Fitzsimmons focus on the sports news events of the day and the games in progress with an emphasis on strong opinion and reaction as it all unfolds.


12am – 5am: SportsCenter All Night
5am – 6am: The Sporting Life
6am – 8am: Mary & McGee
8am – 9am: Dari and Mel
9am – 11am: Dari and Mel or Sully’s College Football Page (Sept-early Jan. only)
11am – 12am: ESPN Radio


12am – 5am: SportsCenter All Night
5am – 6am: InfoTrak/Viewpoints Public Affairs Programming
6am – 7am: Outdoors Radio with Dan Small
7am – 12am: ESPN Radio


NFL Football – Sunday “double-header”, Sunday, Monday & Thursday Nights, playoffs and Super Bowl
NCAA Football – Game of the week
Major League Baseball – Sunday Night Baseball, the All-Star Game, playoffs and World Series
NBA Basketball – Regular season games, playoffs and NBA finals
NCAA Basketball – Regular season games and NCAA “March Madness” Basketball Tournament
Golf Majors/Olympic Games – Hourly updates throughout each event and special play by play broadcasts
Triple Crown – Live broadcasts of the Kentucky Derby, Preakness and Belmont Stakes
Marathon High School Sports – Live play-by-play of Red Raiders’ football and basketball