SCA | Page 4 | radioinfo


SCA's growth strong, performance ahead of prior year: Half Year results

Thursday 21 February, 2019

Southern Cross Media Group revenue has grown by 6.7% in the first half of this financial year.

Radio revenue growth and strong cost control resulted in earnings (EBITDA) of $82 million for the first half.

Net Profit (NPAT) grew 10.6% to $42.2 million, in results announced this morning.

Group revenue was up 0.2% to $335.7 million and debt has been significantly reduced.

The company's audio segment (metro & regional radio and podcasting) delivered a 3.7% growth in revenue and over 7.3% profit growth

SCA's Give Me 5 for Kids raises a record amount

Thursday 27 September, 2018

Southern Cross Austereo today announced the results of its 24th annual Give Me 5 for Kids fundraiser, this year raising a record-breaking $3,625,037.

Trickett has gone, and so now have Luke Bradnam and Dobbo from Triple M

Thursday 20 September, 2018

The Kennedy Molloy Drive program will be heard on Triple M in Brisbane and on the Gold Coast beginning early next year.
The current Rush Hour with Luke Bradnam and Ben Dobbin will finish in December with its hosts told this week that their contract wouldn’t be renewed for the new year.

More data, scale and simplicity: Grant Blackley on SCA’s annual results

Thursday 23 August, 2018

Speaking to radioinfo after the release of his company’s annual report, SCA CEO Grant Blackley said the company’s business strategy is working.

Where's the best place to work in radio?

Sunday 12 August, 2018

Like most things, from hotels and restaurants to appliances and financial products, radio networks are star-rated by consumers online.

HIT105 and Triple M announce new Brisbane headquarters

Friday 06 July, 2018

Brisbane's HIT105 and Triple M are moving premises.

What’s really behind the SCA Restructure?

Wednesday 04 July, 2018

Analysis and opinion from Brad Smart


Regional markets’ ability to grow brands seems to have been forgotten: SCA's Grant Blackley

Wednesday 04 July, 2018

Southern Cross Austereo CEO Grant Blackley has been championing regional media advertising for some time, especially compared with digital and social media (see our previous reports).

New business structure for Southern Cross Austereo

Wednesday 13 June, 2018

Rick Lenarcic (pictured) will leave SCA as part of an operational restructure and Stephen Haddad will move into the role of Chief Technology Officer.

In the new organisational structure the company’s core business functions will be aligned under the following areas:

• Sales
• Content
• Operations
• Finance and Corporate Affairs
• Technology


SCA CEO Grant Blackley explained the new structure in a staff memo:


Subscribe to RSS - SCA
radioinfo ABN: 87 004 005 109  P O Box 6430 North Ryde NSW 2113 Australia.  |  All content © 1996-2021. All Rights Reserved.