Radio 1116 SEN 2022 Line-up

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SuperMal

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LEEDS F’jh#$@G UNITED
Proves that nobody gives a s*** about early afternoon radio, even station bosses.
I’m a firm believer that 80% of people need ‘noise’....and Derwayne certainly provides that.

A lot of people are simply bored...and will listen to any dross as long as it remains constant...with no breaks........They don’t like to hear themselves think.
 

XhazzafootyX

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I’m a firm believer that 80% of people need ‘noise’....and Derwayne certainly provides that.

A lot of people are simply bored...and will listen to any dross as long as it remains constant...with no breaks........They don’t like to hear themselves think.
I’m guilty of that to be honest.
 

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CrowsB4hoes

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IKnowtheDog

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I wonder with rating surveys if you still need to fill out paper form
 

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freddy mercury

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3AW is strong because a heap of people listen to them. A sport station has a fairly small audience. Even the most fanatic sports people would struggle to listen to SEN all day every day.
I only listen to Garry and Tim now, then the second they're off, I'm off.

Usually switch to 3aw, then I turn off at mid-day, Dee Dee is dead set annoying, she ******* kills me. Then I catch up on podcast if I'm still out on the road.
 

Redline

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I have to give credit to SEN (Hutchy). Its great they picked up the coverage of the Olympics last year and the Commonwealth games this year.

I know it's just a Seven relay but someone like my Dad loves radio coverage of these types of events and he is really enjoying it listening through the app.

I doubt there is much money it but with the ABC abandoning coverage of these types of events it's good SEN have picked it up in some form.

The actual TV relay works okay in these circumstances.
 

JohnZ

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I have to give credit to SEN (Hutchy). Its great they picked up the coverage of the Olympics last year and the Commonwealth games this year.

I know it's just a Seven relay but someone like my Dad loves radio coverage of these types of events and he is really enjoying it listening through the app.

I doubt there is much money it but with the ABC abandoning coverage of these types of events it's good SEN have picked it up in some form.

The actual TV relay works okay in these circumstances.
SEN really need to be buying more sports not less. There's really no reason why there shouldn't be live sport on the wireless from Friday night 6pm to Monday 6am.
 

MisterB

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I commend the fat guy for getting SEN to present radio coverage of the Commonwealth Games, but for god's sake, have presenters who some some interest in sport and some clue on what a sports presenter is meant to do. The anchor is a woman who is okay, albeit that she is just filling in the gaps between when they play the TV coverage for the actual sports action. However, she often allows a young sounding male to provide results. Bugger me, he sounds like a work experience kid who would rather be anywhere else but on the radio and struggles to complete a sentence. He gives out results without saying which event and which sport the results are for. Based on these performances, I suggest he finds another career.
 

enzso

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I've tried a couple of times recently to switch over to SEN, as I'm bored with my current station. Two things turn me back off. Firstly I just can't do all the damn ads. What staggers me is that advertisers sign up at all. How can any advertiser see value in being buried in amongst a group of 9 or 10 ads in a break? How can there be any brand retention with so many messages squeezed in together?

The other thing that gets me is nobody seems to be at all interested in how the station sounds. All their promo and intro music beds are distorted rock guitar, which sounds effing awful on AM. Even on digital it's hard to listen to. Someone needs to go in there and wind down the treble a little. Oh, and find a new intro track for Crunch Time. The continuously looped 4 bars of Foo Fighters running non stop for 5 or 6 minutes is absolutely objectionable.
 

enzso

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I wonder with rating surveys if you still need to fill out paper form
I got sent the ratings book a couple of years ago, then was later asked to participate in the trial of a wristwatch which could register what you listened to. There was also a mobile phone app that would listen. I think both are in use now.
 

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