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Gosford gets a new racing and sports station

Monday 27 April, 2020

Racing and sports fans have a new radio station in Gosford, SENTrack on 801AM, including a weekday drive show with League legends Gary Belcher and Scott Sattler.

Gosford’s newest radio racing service is one of several to launch nationally, including in Wollongong on 1575 AM, in support of Australia’s racing, harness and greyhound industries while those sports are still able to operate under COVID-19 guidelines.

 
As well as the day’s racing coverage from around the country, listeners in Gosford will get an ‘insiders’ snapshot of the day’s top sports stories when Kangaroo and Raiders legend ‘Badge’ and Penrith premiership star ‘Satts’ bring their much-loved Sportsday show to the airwaves from 6-7pm each weeknight.
 
Sattler says, “Along with Badge, we are super excited to be reaching new listeners in Gosford with our show as we especially love connecting with NRL’s rich fan base in regional area.
 
“Despite there being no NRL at the moment, we’re never short of sports-talk and we love nothing more than hearing from our listeners who always have plenty to say!”


 
Crocmedia CEO, Craig Hutchison says SENTrack was in support of participants of the sport of racing as well as the fans. “Racing, Harness and Greyhounds have huge participants and suppliers, create massive jobs across the country and contribute significantly to the economies of every town in Australia.
 
“Racing in Gosford has a long and proud history – with the Gosford Race Club (now The Entertainment Grounds) over a century old and one of the leading provincial race clubs in NSW as well as the much-loved Gosford Greyhounds.
 
“It’s great to be able to support the last remaining live sports events being staged in Australia during COVID-19 and to share that across the country into proud sporting communities like Gosford.”
 
SENTrack will offer racing fans previews, analysis, insights and reviews of key races around the country on stations including Melbourne on 1377AM, Perth on 657AM, Wollongong 1575 AM, Atherton on 99.1FM, Ingham on 96.9FM and now in Gosford on 801AM. SENTrack can also be heard via the SEN app.

 
 

 

 

 


 


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Anthony The Koala
27 April 2020 - 3:46pm
Many of the frequencies listed in the final paragraph are from Rete Italia. There was no news in other media other than from "Il Globo", that the Italian language programs would cease on these frequencies from August 22, 2019, reference:
https://ilglobo.com/news/changes-to-rete-italia-44716/#

Overall 21 frequencies have ceased transmission of Italian language programming.

It brings home the reality of the costs of running a radio station. Those closed frequencies are relay-stations, so the major cost would be the cost of powering the transmitters and baseband signal relays.

Thank you,
Anthony of Belfield
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