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Dobo Quits SCA

Monday 07 January, 2019

SCA Chief Creative Officer, Guy Dobson, has resigned and will leave his role at SCA effectively immediately.

SCA launches its own Hubble

Monday 19 February, 2018

In a bid to boldly go to scope out and nurture new talent as no network has done before, SCA has launched its own dedicated talent development unit to be known as Hubble.

Guy Dobson: 'Sitting on the fence only gives you splinters on the privates'

Thursday 31 August, 2017

Survey 5 wasn't a bad one for SCA with Triple M remaining rock steady, while for the Hit Network in Perth, HIT 92.9 enjoyed a solid gain of 0.7 and there was an encouraging 0.2 uptick for 2Day in Sydney with 0.3’s worth of green shots for Em Rusciano and Harley Breen’s breakfast show.

SCA extends Triple M and Hit Networks to include its digital radio stations

Friday 30 June, 2017

Continuing to focus on its commitment to build a totally integrated suite of audio brands, SCA will align each of its digital radio stations on July 1 to either its Triple M or Hit Networks.

SCA Appoints Digital News Editor

Thursday 09 February, 2017

In a commercial radio first, Sarah Michael has been appointed as Southern Cross Austereo's National Digital News Editor, a newly created role.

Sarah has most recently been the Deputy Editor of the Daily Mail Australia and has extensive experience in managing newsrooms in an online environment. 

Sarah joins at what is an exciting time for SCA News. 

Newly created role at SCA

Thursday 12 January, 2017

SCA has appointed Jacqui Hoban as the Head of Events for SCA.
Jacqui will take on this newly created role, working across marketing and content, sales, the Studio and promotions to drive and execute a national events strategy.

Years in the making, the biggest rebrand in Australian radio history has arrived

Thursday 15 December, 2016

There were Seas and Hots and Stars plus a bevy of bits and bobs, all the result of numerous mergers and acquisitions that over several years brought together the considerable resources of stations from Austereo, RG Capital, DMG, Southern Cross, B105, Triple M, FOX and 2Day, among many others, to arrive at an owned network that today boasts the broadest commercial radio footprint Australia has ever seen.

Finally, today, all those disparate names and call signs have been wrangled, distilled and reduced to just two essential elements - HIT and Triple M. Well, almost.

Record digital audience for SCA

Friday 01 April, 2016

Nielsen’s latest digital publishing results have revealed a total audience for SCA of 1.486M for the month of February.
This figure is the highest ever recorded by SCA.
The Hit Network and Triple M are also placed #1 and #2 radio network respectively, with Entertainment and Sport continuing to engage SCA’s audience digitally. Triple M Sydney was the biggest radio website based on Unique Digital Audience in February.


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