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Macquarie Sports Radio announces changes for 2019

Tuesday 22 January, 2019
Mark Levy & Mark Riddell
Macquarie Sports Radio has announced a series of lineup changes for 2019.
 
● Breakfast with Mark Levy & Mark Riddell can now be heard around the country from 5.30am (AEDT) every weekday, with AFL legend Jimmy Bartel joining in every day from 9am-10am.The Melbourne breakfast team Matt Thompson and Tony Shaw have been dropped from the station's 2019 lineup.

 
● Drive with Mark Allen & David Schwarz is now an hour longer, from 3pm-7pm (AEDT) Monday-Friday. That’s an extra hour of sports news, opinions, calls, dad jokes, and the best sports banter on radio.
 
● During the NRL season, Ray Hadley’s Continuous Call Team will now be heard on Macquarie Sports Radio 1278 AM in Melbourne and on DAB+ in Perth.
 
● During the AFL season, MML’s award-winning 3AW Football coverage will now air on Macquarie Sports Radio 954 AM in Sydney and 882 AM in Brisbane.
 
● Little Legends is back for 2019, giving junior sports clubs the chance to win cash!
 
 

The station also airs radio cricket commentary, featuring Darren Lehmann, Ian Chappell, Mike Hussey, Glenn McGrath, Tim Lane, Bruce Eva, Julia Price, Sarah Aley, Brad Hodge, HollyFerling, John Emburey and more - as well as exclusive rights to the English Premier League, and Macquarie Sports Radio has live sport covered.
 
Launched in April 2018, Macquarie Sports Radio is heard in Sydney on 954 AM (former 2UE and Talking Lifestyle), Melbourne on 1278 AM, Brisbane on 882 AM, Perth on DAB+, online at sportsradio.com.au and via the station's mobile App.

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23 January 2019 - 12:22pm
Is this a paid advertisement or just a lazy rehash of a media release? It reads as if MSR is already a super-successful station making some tweaks, when it's a disaster (hence the changes). A more instructive and honest story might have begun "Struggling Macquarie Sports Radio has overhauled its line-up in a bid to lift itself out of the ratings doldrums. Despite Australians love of sport, the network has barely made an impact on the ratings since replacing the failed 'Talking LIfestyle' format ..." I wish them well, but you're not doing MSR, or your readers, any favours by sugar-coating the situation.
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