David King commits to another two years on SEN
David King will continue to deliver hard-hitting opinions and in-depth analysis on the SEN airwaves, with the North Melbourne great committing to the station for an additional two years.
King has over a decade of service with SEN.
His recommitment means listeners can expect to hear plenty of spirited debate with no punches pulled, as he continues to go head-to-head with Kane Cornes on Fireball Friday each week as part of the SEN Breakfast line up.
King will remain a key pillar on SEN during football season, continuing the ‘Monday Means Test’ on Whateley, dissecting all the action from the weekend’s round of footy, along with guest appearances on Crunch Time (Saturday 11am – 1pm) throughout the year.
SEN Chief Executive Officer Craig Hutchison says he’s looking forward to King continuing to deliver great insights on SEN in the new year.
“Kingy brings the insight of a two-time premiership player and is one of the game’s most knowledgeable figures around patterns and trends. The Monday means test is must listen for footy fans and the industry alike.
“And his dynamic with Kane and the entertainment and character he brings to Friday makes for really enjoyable content.”
King says he’s delighted to remain on the SEN airwaves and work alongside some of the influential talent.
“I’m excited to continue football conversations with all SEN listeners for another two years, in consultation with Gerard Whateley and Kane Cornes. the Yin and Yang of SEN.”