SCA: Gold Coast radio a ‘shining star’


“Radio on the Gold Coast remains a shining star.”

Reflecting on the GC Survey 1 results, SCA Gold Coast GM Rod Hockey observes it’s good news for the industry as a whole.

“SCA continues to have the largest radio audience on the Gold Coast with 268,000 people tuning into either 90.9 Sea FM or 92.5 Triple M each week, and our reach is up by 45,000 listeners. What a result!”

“Congratulations to the team here at SCA Gold Coast; making great radio for a great city is both a privilege and a pleasure and.”

92.5 Triple M Content Director Corey Kay says “This is a superb result for the Gold Coast’s Triple M, with the biggest audience increase in breakfast of any show, and the Number 1 show for over 40s on the Gold Coast.”

“Each day we set out to inform, entertain, have a laugh, and connect with the GC – from raising money for the floods in the Tweed, helping out a local Miami RSL that needs a new roof, getting round local sports clubs with our Triple M Pie Nights, to sharing stories on air from the people who listen.  92.5 Triple M is made for the Gold Coast and has been since 1967.”

“We’re thankful we get to broadcast to the greatest city in the world every day and thank our listeners for their support today.”

90.9 Sea FM CD Kim Czosnek says “It’s a real thrill to announce that 90.9 Sea FM has the number one breakfast show under 40, and that Carrie & Tommy are number one* from 3pm to 6pm weekdays!”

“Breakfast radio is highly competitive, which means there are lots of ears tuning in, and great opportunities for great shows, of which Bianca, Dan and Ben are a perfect example.”

“Thank you, Gold Coast, for waking up and driving home with 90.9 Sea FM, and a special welcome to the 37,000 new listeners who have tuned in!”

(*equal # 1)

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That’s stretchy
13 May 2022 - 8:41 am

“Continues”? At one point the audience of HT was higher than both Sca station combined, you do you though.

13 May 2022 - 3:25 pm

4GG was the station in 1967. 4GGG upon FM conversion, KROQ briefly in the early 90’s and then Gold FM where it saw number one success; something the laughable imposition of a Sydney rock music station name has never been able to reach.

In 1967, 4GG was indeed made for the Gold Coast, 100% local. Now it has imported music logs some or all day and local shifts are over at 3pm.

    13 May 2022 - 3:37 pm

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