SENTrack goes live in Brisbane and the Gold Coast

Staff Writer
Pat & Heals

Queensland’s two new SENTrack stations will go live this weekend, with racing fans able to tune in to some of the biggest names in the sport.

SENTrack 1503 AM in Brisbane and 1620 AM on the Gold Coast will launch with a new Breakfast show featuring former Aussie cricketer Ian Healy and sports journo Pat Welsh.

Breakfast With Pat And Heals kicks off on Monday, September 7 from 6:30am.

There’s also a new Drive show, with Gary Belcher and Scott Sattler jumping on from 5-7pm Monday to Thursday.

The two shows will book-end each day’s racing coverage, which is also set to include previews, analysis, insights and reviews of key races across the country.

Queensland’s vibrant greyhound, harness and thoroughbred racing industries will be front and centre, with analysts including Chris Nelson to feature.

“We are excited to launch SENTrack in Brisbane and the Gold Coast and to welcome Ian Healy and Pat Welsh – two of Queensland’s greatest sporting personalities to the team,” group commercial director Kate Parry said.

“Queensland is a proud and passionate sporting State – with racing a key employer and contributor to the economy.

“SENTrack will showcase racing in all its forms as well as celebrating the country’s biggest sporting moments – through the eyes of sporting legends across all codes – and of course through the eyes of our passionate listeners who make the discussion all the richer!”

As part of SEN’s expansion into Queensland, Brad Johnson has been appointed as the new commercial director.

He was formerly at Nine Radio as director sales, Brisbane.

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5 Sep 2020 - 8:58 am

Forget all the PR talk from SENtrack. The question is, are they going to be actually broadcasting the races? My information is no. You can talk all you like about the big races coming up but if you can’t broadcast them why should a listener keep listening? It’s a bit like Channel 7 spending all their air-time talking about rugby league when they don’t actually broadcast it. Also, racing is a niche industry. Have a look at the extremely low ratings figures for Sky Sports Radio in Sydney – and they actually CAN broadcast the races.


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