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Tune into the Jetstar, Gold Coast Titans on 90.9 SEA FM
Jetstar Gold Coast Titans Managing Director Michael Searle is pleased to announce that a major media partnership has been formed with the Gold Coasts leading radio station 90.9 Sea FM. ?90.9 Sea FM is widely recognized as the station of choice for most Gold Coasters and the many thousands who visit the Coast each year.?
?For the Jetstar Gold Coast Titans, this is an extremely valuable alliance as we approach kick off to NRL season 2007 and we are pleased to be heading off on this adventure with a team and a station that we have had a strong relationship with for many years They have supported us since our first trial match and those games became the platform for us to prove that the Gold Coast could host an NRL team here full time..?
Through 90.9 Sea FM?s morning crew with Paul, Moyra and Tim, the News team led by Greg Hendricks and the many successful National programs which fall under the control of Macquarie Regional Radiowork?s - Group General Manager Nick Scott, we are confident the Jetstar Gold Coast Titans will be well represented and our supporters kept well informed through this new Partnership.? Searle Said.
This exciting partnership paves the way for endless cross promotional opportunities through on air commercial time, Outside Broadcasts and close knit relationships with Jetstar Gold Coast Titans players and coaching staff.
The team at Sea FM is very excited to be officially partnering the Gold Coast?s newest team the Jetstar Gold Coast Titans.
?90.9 Sea FM has always been a big supporter of sport in the area including previous NRL exhibition games, so we?re thrilled to have an official partnership in place with the newest NRL team?
?We look forward to a strong partnership in the community with the Gold Coast Titans and to cheering them on in their first season and many more to come.? said Macquarie Regional Radioworks ? Group General Manager Nick Scott.
In the first radio survey of 2006, Sea FM and Macquarie stable-mate 92.5 Gold FM again reinforced their domination of Australia's most hotly contested and growing radio market.
Both stations reach a daily combined cumulative audience of 262,500 people on the Gold and Tweed Coasts.
Sea FM was the No.1 station in the Under 40 demographic. In an extremely competitive market stretching from Beenleigh in the north to Kingscliff in the south, and serviced by radio stations from the Gold Coast, Brisbane and Northern NSW, 90.9 SEA FM continues to set award winning standards with the station recognised for employing some of Australia?s leading radio professionals as part of their 84 full time staff.