NRL Nation launches for 2019

Crocmedia’s NRL Nation is back and boasting a first-class commentary team including some of NRL’s biggest names including the signing of Greg ‘Brandy’ Alexander, revered as one of the best analysts in the game, for 2019.
The former Penrith Panthers star brings with him an astute footballing knowledge and professionalism garnered from an extensive playing and broadcasting career.
Spearheading the team again in 2019 is Brenton Speed who’ll join experts such as former origin coach Laurie Daley, former Queensland star Gary Belcher and one-time Penrith premiership hero Scott Sattler at the microphone.
Sattler says he’s rapt about returning to the NRL Nation commentary team in 2019. “We were blown away by the positive feedback we got from listeners last season. It is great that we can reach so many rugby league fans through NRL Nation, especially in regional areas. I can’t wait for Round 1 to kick off so we can do it all again.”
Also returning in 2019 is iconic rugby league figure, Steve Roach and former Clive Churchill Medalist, Brett Kimmorley who are among the ‘Red Energy” experts for 2019.
Rounding out this season’s NRL Nation team is a host of expert commentators and decorated ex-players including Scott Prince, Terry Campese, Renee Gartner, Brent Tate, Jimmy Smith, Emma Lawrence, Peter Psaltis, Joel Caine and Shaun Timmins.
Executive Producer, Jeremy Markham, says the broadcast team would deliver unparralled coverage of rugby league across Australia. “It is a first-class commentary team, loaded with the best play-by-play callers and experts in the business. Covering four games every round and 108 games across the home and away season as well as 3 State of Origin matches and all of the NRL Finals action means NRL Nation is at the forefront of NRL radio coverage.
“While we love providing our capital city station partners in Sydney and Brisbane, we are especially proud of playing a deeper role connecting NRL to its rich fan base in regional areas of NSW and QLD.
“We are taking the game to towns and regions that can now finally access a call of the great game.”
In 2019, NRL Nation will be more accessible than ever, available on 160 radio frequencies across the NRL heartland, streamed through as well as via the website and the Official NRL App.




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