Fans reminded to 'reset their preset' to Packers Radio Network affiliate stations ahead of 2022 season

Fans can find their nearest affiliate station on packers.com; 97.3 The Game WRNW debuting as Milwaukee flagship station

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With Packers football kicking off for the preseason next week and the regular season just over a month away, the team is reminding fans to "reset their preset" to their local Packers Radio Network affiliate station.

Several changes to the Packers Radio Network are debuting this year, notably the addition of a new Milwaukee flagship station, iHeartRadio Milwaukee's 97.3 The Game WRNW.

Fans in the Milwaukee area should reset their preset to 97.3, and fans in other parts of the state who are accustomed to tuning in to the Milwaukee area broadcast are encouraged to reference packers.com/video/radio-network to determine their nearest Packers Radio Network affiliate.

With nearly 50 Packers Radio Network stations throughout Wisconsin and in certain areas of Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota, Packers fans can enjoy game broadcasts that feature a returning slate of talent, as well as some new voices debuting this season.

Wayne Larrivee and Larry McCarren will remain on the call for their 24th season of broadcasts together, along with sideline reporting from John Kuhn and in-game score updates from iHeartRadio personality Shanna Quinn.

During pregame, listeners can enjoy Packers Preview, highlighted by returning voices Dennis Krause and James Jones, along with new addition Mike Heller. Postgame, fans can enjoy Packers OT featuring analysis from Drew Olson and Bill Schmid.

Additional stations joining the Packers Radio Network in 2022 include WRJN covering the Racine and Kenosha markets in three frequencies: 1400 AM, which extends beyond the Illinois border, as well as 99.9 in Racine and 98.1 in Kenosha. Fans in the Fox Valley area now can tune into WYDR 94.3 FM in Neenah-Menasha, those in Clark County can enjoy the broadcast on WCCN 107.5 FM in Neillsville and fans just over the border in Pine City, Minnesota, can tune into WCMP 1350 AM. Packers fans in Bismarck, North Dakota, can also follow the game broadcast on KXMR 710 AM.

97.3 The Game WRNW and iHeartMedia Milwaukee aims to reach new listeners and Packers fans this season with a variety of new platforms supporting key Packers initiatives, including iHeartMedia's new audio partnership with the NFL, which includes podcast distribution. The station's growing sports talk radio format and other iHeartMedia programming formats in the Milwaukee area offer attractive demographic opportunities to connect with listeners throughout Wisconsin and beyond.

Fans can find their home affiliate station and see the full list of Packers Radio Network stations at packers.com/video/radio-network.

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