AFL Trade Radio Starts Today

AFL Trade Radio kicks off with former Blues list manager Stephen Silvagni headlining the line-up of football experts who will bring footy fans all the latest trade news.
Silvagni will join AFL Trade Radio regulars including the AFL’s number one news breaker Damian Barrett and Port Adelaide games record holder Kane Cornes in dissecting and analysing all of the deals and the drama.
Talking with Garry Lyon and Tim Watson on 1116 SEN, Silvagni said this year’s AFL Trade period was shaping-up to be unique.
“It’s going to be a fascinating period – particularly with draft picks as well. Basically, the bulk of the national draft are Victorian players and they haven’t played this year, so as a club you’d be really wary of how many picks you want in this particular draft vs future picks knowing that the pool next year could be a lot stronger,” Silvagni said.
In what has been a season like no other, AFL Trade Radio will bring audiences all the excitement and news as it happens – with All-Australian goalkicker Jeremy Cameron announcing his intention to leave GWS, Brad Crouch nominating St Kilda as his preferred club and the Adam Saad negotiations between Essendon and Carlton looming as some of the big stories to watch.
Now in its 10th year, AFL Trade Radio has become the ‘go-to’ source for rolling headlines during the trade period – topping the All Australian Podcast ranker in October last year as the most downloaded podcast in the country.
According to SEN, last year, AFL Trade Radio broadcast 156 hours of radio and 130 hours of live video across and the AFL Live app; with syndicated windows across the SEN network.
It amassed over 3 million audio and video streams on and AFL app platforms across 13 days which was a 117% increase year-on-year. Both visual and audio consumption skyrocketed in 2019; consumers spent an average of 68 minutes streaming audio content while they spent an average of 29 minutes consuming video content.
It had over 2.6 million social video views across Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and a remarkable 33 million Twitter impressions across the trade period.

Footy fans can listen live and video stream AFL Trade Radio on and the AFL Live Official App from 7am – 7pm each day until the trade period is complete on 12 November.
AFL Trade Radio is produced by Sports Entertainment Network.

AFL Trade Radio Line-up:
The Early Trade 7-9am Kane Cornes and Matthew Lloyd

Trade Mornings 9-noon Julian de Stoop and Brendon Goddard Trade News with AFL Exchange noon -1pmMitch Cleary, Riley Beveridge, Callum Twomey

Trade Afternoons 1-3pm Sam Edmund and Adam Cooney
The Late Trade 3-6pm Damian Barrett, Stephen Silvagni and Matt Rendell

Time-on Trade 6-7pm Jack Heverin. (simulcast on 1116 SEN)
Note: Damian Barrett and Matthew Lloyd commence from Tuesday 27 October.