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SEN to launch a DAB+ service in Mandurah

Tuesday 10 November, 2020

Sports Entertainment Network (SEN) has announced plans to launch a new DAB+ all sports station in Mandurah. 

SEN gets the cricket in an exclusive commercial radio rights partnership

Friday 09 October, 2020

 

Sports Entertainment Network (SEN) is expanding its cricket coverage, partnering with Cricket Australia (CA) as its major commercial domestic radio rights holder.

SENTrack is off and racing in South Queensland

Wednesday 02 September, 2020

SENTrack 1053 AM Brisbane and 1620 AM Gold Coast arrive in Queensland this Saturday with some big name sporting stars.
 
Former Australian test cricketer Ian Healy and highly respected sports journalist Pat Welsh will open the batting with their own breakfast show, weekdays from 6.30am starting Monday, 7 September.
 
With rugby league legends Gary Belcher and Scott Sattler wrapping-up the day’s sport for the drive home 5-6pm, Monday – Thursday.
 

Luke Hodge will join SEN

Tuesday 30 June, 2020

AFL champion Luke Hodge joins SEN today making a weekly appearance on Gerard Whateley’s show, as well as joining Crunch Time on Saturdays from 4th July.
 
The four-time Hawthorn premiership player and two-time Norm Smith Medallist said he was excited to make his radio gig debut, “When I was living in Melbourne I would always turn to SEN for my footy updates and have remained an avid listener since moving to Queensland.”
 

SEN podcasts break new ground

Thursday 14 May, 2020

SEN is claiming bragging rights for two programs following the release of the latest Australian Podcast Ranker.
 
SEN’s Breakfast with Garry Lyon & Tim Watson is the number one breakfast show in Melbourne and Gerard Whateley’s ‘Whateley’ show the number one mornings show in Australia with over 1.1 million podcast downloads between them in the past month.
 

Crocmedia to support racing industries with ‘pop-up’ stations

Friday 27 March, 2020

Crocmedia will launch three ‘pop-up’ radio stations to be known as SENTrack to support Australia’s racing, harness and greyhound industries while those sports are still able to operate under COVID-19 guidelines.

Crocmedia reaches agreement with Seven West Media to broadcast the Tokyo Olympics

Wednesday 04 March, 2020

It is no secret that Crocmedia CEO Craig Hutchison wanted the radio rights to the Olympics after the ABC backed out of their 67-year-old partnership with the Games late last year.

Whateley re-signs with SEN for another three years

Monday 18 November, 2019

Acclaimed Australian sports broadcaster and 1116 SEN Chief Sports Caller Gerard Whateley has re-signed for a further three years, taking him through until 2022.
 
Since joining SEN and Crocmedia in 2018, Gerard has shared his astute sporting insight and opinions, as well as his engaging live sport commentary with listeners, achieving a string of accolades during his time with the station.
 

SEN+ to rebrand as WINX+ for the Queen Elizabeth Stakes Day

Monday 08 April, 2019

To celebrate Australia’s favourite super horse Winx’s anticipated final race on Saturday, 1377 SEN+ will be rebranded 1377 Winx+ for a special whole-day takeover at The Championships Day 2 - Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Sydney’s Royal Randwick Racecourse.

1377 Winx+ will be completely dedicated to celebrating the illustrious career of Australia’s champion thoroughbred with a host of interviews, insights and live raceday commentary of all races from The Championships.

Ken Hinkley joins SEN SA

Friday 05 April, 2019

Port Adelaide coach Ken Hinkley, unbeaten in 2019, has joined 1629 SEN SA, and will be heard weekly on the station alongside Kane Cornes and Andrew Hayes every Tuesday on Breakfast.

Hinkley joins Port Adelaide’s star player and human highlight reel, Robbie Gray, as well as Adelaide Crows Vice Captain Josh Jenkins, as regular guests on the program.

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