SEN launches in Tasmania with Jack Riewoldt and Tim Paine for breakfast

New stations carrying SEN content will heard across Hobart, Devonport and Launceston

Sports Entertainment Network doesn’t let a week go by without a new launch. This week’s new activity features the expansion of the brand into Tasmania. Three new stations carrying SEN content will be broadcast across Hobart, Devonport and Launceston.

Launching on Friday August 6 was a new Friday breakfast show hosted by Richmond’s Jack Riewoldt and Australian cricket captain Tim Paine. The station carrying the show is 1629 SEN Hobart and the show will also be carried on the SEN app. The show will run for six weeks ahead of the AFL final series and the Ashes.

The SENTrack signal meanwhile will be heard in Devonport and Launceston at 1611 and on the SEN app.

SEN chief executive Craig Hutchison said: “Tasmania has a proud sporting heritage that deserves its own platform and a louder voice on the national sporting stage.

“So much great sport is taking place in Tasmania – from the return of some great AFL football this season, to the pending arrival of the NBL Tasmania Jackjumpers, the popularity of the BBL Hobert Hurricanes and beyond.


SEN’s Tim Paine

“We are rapt that Tim has joined our journey – he has loved being able to be home while waiting for test cricket’s return and his love of Tasmanian cricket, football and beyond will be invaluable. He is a very talented broadcaster already and we look forward to seeing that grow in the years to come at SEN.

“Jack is already a proven media talent with a big future on the airwaves, and his love of Tassie and all sports is a unique combination.

“We look forward to working closely with Tasmanian sport and also Tasmanian racing and calling some of Tassie’s biggest upcoming events – including the first test this summer and the Big Bash season exclusively on 1629 SEN Hobart.”

Hobert local Boyd Parker has been appointed as SEN Hobart’s head of sales.

SEN’s Jack Riewoldt

See also: SENZ flicks the switch on New Zealand sports radio network

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