The 2019 NBA Finals will run on 1377 SEN+ and 1116 SEN.
Crocmedia will have rights to broadcast five ODI matches and two T20 matches from the India tour.
• Our three placegetters did good work during 2018
• The SEN tennis team will include SEN callers Anthony Hudson, Jack Heverin and Brett Phillips.
The winners represent FTA TV, radio and subscription TV.
The launch of SEN SA sees the brand return to Adelaide.
• Gerard Whateley will lead the ball-by-ball cricket commentary
The show will go to air on four nights next month.
• Taking place throughout September in Sydney
Now under the guidance of CEO Craig Hutchison following the March 29 deal, the business has detailed its three key business segments.
• AFL footy Record has a new home after Hutchy wins tender
• As part of deal 1116 SEN will broadcast all Melbourne United games live
Jan Fran walks out of 2019 with a Walkley and a handful of projects
TOFOP leads indie publishers joining Australian Podcast Ranker
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