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This just got ridiculous

While Aaron Nagler was standing in line at Radio City getting his ticket to the NFL draft, I was manning the phone in the CHTV Inwood Manhattan Studio brokering deals with major forces in the Packer Blogosphere.

We told you about our LIVE Draft Blog. It just become the must be at event for Packer fans worldwide. I am happy to announce that the boys at Packers Lounge have decided to join forces with CHTV and Railbird Central to become the ONE-STOP shop on the net for ALL things Packers NFL Draft.

I am seriously giddy just thinking about it. So here's the lineup:

Aaron Nagler of Cheesehead TV - live at Radio City (NYC)
Brian Carriveau of Railbird Central - live at Lambeau Field (Green Bay)
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Packer Beat Writer Greg A. Bedard

and introducing the boys of the Packers Lounge - Titletown Award Winner for Best Packer Blog 2009

Andrew Belonger live at the Packers Draft Party, the always hilarious Bobby O' Shea (formerly of the Green Bay Booze and Broads blog), CHTV & Packers Lounge staff member David aka IronMan Ray as well as the Infamous Packer podcaster and funny man in his own right Dale Z.

Alex (Packone) and I will be coordinating twitter feeds and delivering pics and videos between the 2 States that matter to Packer Nation this weekend.

What do you have to do? Just set your browser for the Cheesehead TV home page or go to our LIVE Blog page.

Here we go Packer fans!

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