Golf Australia expands cooperation with Croc Media

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CROCMEDIA announced last week an extension of its partnership with Golf Australia, which will see major golf events simultaneously on the radio and on course over the next 12 months.

The news comes while Crocmedia and Golf Australia marked the 100th edition of their co-production of podcast and radio program Inside The Ropes with a visual episode.

Inside The Ropes is hosted by Andrew Maher and Mark Hayes of Golf Australia and has been very successful: from its inception it grew to more than 157 frequencies and 67,000 listeners.

The next episode of the Emirates Men & # 39; s Australian Open and the ISPS Handa Women & # 39; s Australian Open will be broadcast on multiple platforms on the wider SEN network.

The Australian Golf Course in Sydney will be organized in December 2019 by The Emirates Men & # 39; s Australian Open.

Fans will not miss a breathtaking moment of the action on 1377 SEN + and also through tiles with wave mark in the SEN app.

The 2020 ISPS Handa Women & Open 39 will also be available at 1377 SEN + while 1629 SEN SA & K 39 will broadcast Kymbo and the Rooch on site from the tournament at The Granges golf course in South Australia.

The collaboration also includes live coverage of 1116 SEN from the ISPS Handa Victorian Open of the iconic 13th Beach Golf Course at Barwon Heads in February 2020.

A special outdoor broadcast takes place from the Victorian Open on 1116 SEN & # 39; afternoons with Andy Maher and Drive with KB and the Doc.

Custom earpieces are also available on the course for the three events, so fans can listen remotely to all live comments and analyzes of each event.

Craig Hutchison, Chief Executive Officer of Crocmedia, announced the expansion last week.

"Golf Australia has worked tirelessly for its & # 39; one golf & # 39; strategy and fits perfectly into our & # 39; entire sport & # 39; strategy.

"They are very active content creators and curators and are determined to create more value for existing players and find new fans of the sport. We will chip with everything we do to make that happen," Hutchison finished.

Stephen Pitt, CEO of Golf Australia, explained his excitement about using the expanded broadcast capabilities of Crocmedia for the coming year of golf.

"It is a big 12 months for Australian golf in which we will have the best in the world to play our great courses. We look forward to working with Crocmedia to reach more fans and inspire them to play more golf . "

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