SEN: Kicking audience goals


With the AFL and NRL seasons now well underway, Sports Entertainment Network is kicking goals when it comes to audience growth.

That’s according to SEN Group Radio Director Sam Thompson, who says “We are starting to see some real momentum now that two of the biggest sporting codes are back.”

Reflecting on the latest survey results, she says “New additions to our line-up – including Nathan Buckley to 1116 SEN Melbourne Breakfast and Greg Alexander to 1170 SEN Sydney’s Breakfast with Vossy & Brandy – have generated some encouraging results.”

“We look forward to expanding on this throughout 2022.”

SEN previously announced a record-breaking month in March across digital platforms with 6.3 million of its podcasts downloaded.

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6 May 2022 - 7:01 pm

I like SEN’s footy coverage (AFL and NRL), however when the NRL next do their radio broadcast rights, SEN should apply/bid to broadcast more games to regional audiences on their NRL Nation branded coverage for audiences in the regional areas of NSW, QLD and ACT (as well as any stations in the NT or any of the radio stations in the southern and western states where the AFL is king, that might want to broadcast NRL match coverage-such as mining areas in WA that are full of NRL fans from NSW/QLD/ACT)

If the NRL are serious about protecting their turf and supporting their game in the regional areas of the northern states, they need to get more OR all 8 games every weekend on as many radio stations as possible !


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