The Herald Sun has continued to cover the sacking of David Schwarz and Mark Allen at Melbourne sports broadcaster SEN. The paper names Dwayne Russell as a possible drive show replacement host.
Russell co-hosts the daily Sportsday program with Gerard Healy, which Crocmedia now produces for 3AW and regional stations. A longer version of the show is also available to audiences online.
Crocmedia is currently conducting due diligence on SEN owner Pacific Star ahead of a planned merger.
Another possible candidate for a bigger role at SEN would be Adelaide’s Kane Cornes, who is being tipped for bigger things in AFL Media. Cornes is a 300-game Port Adelaide star who co-hosts Sportsday on Fiveaa and is the son of South Australian footy legend-turned-broadcaster Graham Cornes.
Photo: Dwayne Russell and Gerard Healy