Al Treml was the Green Bay Packers first video director, first on a part-time basis (1964) and then full-time (1967), as he held the position until his retirement in June 2001.
In his position he was in charge of the production and editing of all game and practice tapes. A Green Bay native, Treml worked for several TV stations in Green Bay before taking the Packers video director position full-time. He was named TV photographer of the year by the Wisconsin Press photographers in 1960 and 1962.
He also served as the first chairman of NFL video directors committee in 1986.
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