Whateley re-signs with SEN for another three years | radioinfo

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.
Mornings with Whateley won ‘best radio show’ at the 2019 Australian Football Media Awards and recently ranked 4th overall in the Australian Podcast Ranker.
Highly regarded for his immense sporting knowledge, Gerard has been at the forefront of local and international sports coverage, including in South Africa when the Australian cricket scandal broke; calling the Superbowl for SEN in 2018 and 2019; and leading Crocmedia’s AFL Nation football coverage.
Of the re-signing, Gerard said “On my first day on SEN I said this is where I wanted to be. That sense and commitment has only strengthened since. The Whateley program is precisely what we conceptualised – a daily forum to debate the major issues of sport posing the vital questions to the key figures in positions of responsibility.
“Our commitment to take fans to the great theatres of sport has stretched from the Super Bowl to the farewell for Winx, from Test Cricket to AFL Grand Finals. And I reckon we’re just getting started.”
Pacific Star Network Managing Director Craig Hutchison says he was thrilled Whateley had re-signed with the station. “Gerard has built a truly special connection with SEN listeners who love his insightful perspective and commentary. He might well be Australia’s most outstanding sports
journalist, commentator and host and we are thrilled that he will continue with SEN for the
next three years.”




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