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Started and run by two Northeast Wisconsin born transplants, Aaron Nagler & Corey Behnke in the summer of 2007. We are home to the Cheesehead TV blog as well as the podcast "Packer Transplants" on itunes. Here are some quotes from press articles about us including links: This one is from Greg Bedard who at the time was writing for the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

CheeseheadTV is one of the top fan blogs out there. And while their depth of dedication to all things Packers is a little scary, they're good guys who are sane most of the time.

This quote is from an article in the Business of Sports Blog by Don Walker:

Needless to say, there are plenty of Web sites out there. But one we found recently is especially nifty. It's called CheeseheadTV.com. The guys who run it are former Wisconsinites now toiling in New York City. Aaron Nagler is an Appleton native who works in public relations for the Blackstone Group in Manhattan. Corey Behnke, a native of Green Bay, is a freelance video director and editor. The two didn't know each other in Wisconsin, but met at the North Carolina School of the Arts in Winston-Salem, N.C. As Nagler recalls, he was doing a monologue in a class and mentioned that he was from Appleton. Suddenly, Behnke, who was sitting out in the audience yelled out, "Go Pack." That was back in 1996, the year the Packers went to the Super Bowl. Now close friends, the Web site offers commentary, frequent podcasts and all things Packers.

As part of the pre-game hysteria before the NFC Championship in January 2008- The New York Daily news wrote a piece that included us:

Even though most New Yorkers are not aware they exist, thousands of exiles from Cheesehead Nation live side by side with the rest of us. Corey Behnke, 31, stays in Inwood but admits he left his heart at Lambeau Field. He and fellow Wisconsinite Aaron Nagler launched CheeseheadTV.com, where they host Packers podcasts and upload homemade Packer video montages.

Link to article by DAVE GOLDINER of The New York Daily News

 

 

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