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Brewers Tighten Tailgating Policy For Fans Without Tickets
Published April 7, 2008
|Brewers Tighten Tailgating Policy
For Fans Without Tickets
RADIO DEAL: A source indicated that the Brewers new radio broadcast rights deal with WTMJ-AM, set to begin in '09, runs for four years through the 2012 season. In Milwaukee, Bob Wolfley reported the Brewers TV deal with FSN Wisconsin also will end in 2012, and the two "local broadcast packages are in contractual sync" (MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL, 4/6).