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SEN Celebrates Record Listener Growth Nationwide

SEN Celebrates Record Listener Growth Nationwide

Sports Entertainment Network’s (SEN) 1116am in Melbourne is celebrating 20 years in the industry with its highest ever ratings.

In the recently released GfK Survey 3, 2024, the station recorded an impressive 428,000 listeners and garnered a total share of 5.1%. The Breakfast segment, featuring popular hosts like Garry Lyon, Tim Watson, Kane Cornes, Nathan Buckley, and David King, reached a record-breaking 4.8% share.

Gerard Whateley’s show, ‘Whateley’, secured a remarkable 6.0% share after announcing a three-year contract extension. SEN’s AFL Nation coverage on Friday nights excelled with an 8.7% share, ranking at the top spot. The Friday night team, comprising Gerard Whateley, Dwayne Russell, Gerard Healy, and Brad Johnson, achieved a notable 13% share with male listeners.

Throughout the day, SEN showcased a strong lineup with shows like ‘Dwayne’s World’ and ‘The Run Home’ achieving shares of 5.4% and 5.1% respectively. Other programs such as ‘Crunch Time’ and various AFL Nation coverages also saw significant shares, highlighting the station’s diverse sports content.

The network attributes its success to its focus on technological advancements such as the SEN Sync and SEN Stadium experiences. Craig Hutchison, the CEO of Sports Entertainment Network, expressed his delight with SEN’s growth and emphasised the importance of delivering top-notch sports coverage and engaging content.

While SEN’s success extended to Sydney and Brisbane, with Sydney’s SEN 1170am achieving its highest audience to date and Brisbane’s SENQ showing growth, it’s the Melbourne station’s record-breaking ratings that truly stand out.

Craig Hutchison underlined the network’s commitment to providing captivating content that resonates with the audience, a strategy that has propelled SEN to new heights in the competitive sports radio landscape.

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