1629 SEN launches in South Australia

Assistant Editor

SEN SA is up-and-running on 1629 AM in South Australia.

This morning saw new Breakfast team Kane Cornes and Andrew Hayes take to the airwaves, with their inaugural show broadcasting live from the Adelaide Oval.

An outside broadcast was a fitting way to launch the station ahead of this morning’s first cricket test against India, with guests including Gerard Whately, Simon Katich and Adelaide Oval ground curator Damian Hough.

Sen SA also posted an early clip of its first broadcast morning:

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Bryan
6 Dec 2018 - 2:36 pm

What a time to be alive

John
6 Dec 2018 - 3:20 pm

I just can’t take this seriously

JASON ANDREW TOPPIN
6 Dec 2018 - 4:32 pm

HISTIORY REPEATING 2005 SEN 1323AM STARTED AND FAIED SENSA 1629AM STARTED DECEMBER 7TH 2018 AT 6AM ADEIADUIE TIME I HOPE IT DOES WELL BUT I FEAR THE SAME THING WILL HAPPEN TI SEN MARK 2 ADEAKDIE YHAT HAPPENED TO SEN MARK ONE ADEALDIE EVEN MELBOURNE LISTENERS TO SEN WILL DEFCET TI MACQUARIE SPORTS RADIO 1278 AS MORE STAFF FRIM SEN REALIZE WHAT IS HAPPENING AT SEN THIS DOES NOT LOOK GOOD FOR EITHER SEN MEBLURNE OR SEN ADELAIDE

Anon
6 Dec 2018 - 5:08 pm

Your new home of sport… sound original

Alan
7 Dec 2018 - 7:12 am

The 3 listeners really enjoyed the show from what I heard…

Thommo
7 Dec 2018 - 8:40 pm

Less polished than most community stations… 2 mins of dead air this morning before going into cricket broadcast.
Not sure how they got a commercial licence?!?!?

Thommo
8 Dec 2018 - 9:00 am

Great to see Kane’s friendship group all there for the OB.
No expense spared for the launch.

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