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    Article - Radio Standing With Local Community - 28/03/2020 By Jeremy Simpson

    I don’t know about you, but the last 6 months has felt like a lifetime! From fires to floods to global pandemics, each of our 120 regional radio stations across our network has embraced the need to adapt daily to an ever-changing environment.

    Over the coming weeks, TRSN will be sharing our journey of transitioning some of the country's oldest and most loved radio stations from their traditional way of working to providing breaking local news and content with a remote workforce across all of Australia.

    While this presents its own challenges, we have identified unique opportunities for communities, clients and partners that we will share with you.

    One of our local General Managers epitomised our local resilience by sending this note to clients and staff  “While we do not know what lies ahead, know that we are here to support our people, our community and our clients and when this crisis is over, we will rebuild with you.”

    From one media professional to another, I encourage you to reach out and work together as we have strong brands with engaged audiences who can help steer us through the times ahead.

    Until next week – be positive and stay safe!

    Jeremy Simpson - Group General Manager Sales & Marketing

About TRSN

The Radio Sales Network (TRSN) is the largest Regional Radio network in Australia and provides access to 120 Radio stations across 68 Regional markets.

TRSN is a subsidiary of the family owned Grant Broadcasters company, who have owned and operated Regional Radio stations in Australia for over 75 years. Our other independent Network partners include Super Radio Network, Ace Radio, Capital Radio, Coastal Broadcasters, Alice Springs Broadcasters, Nova and Midwest Radio.

We have over 9 million people living within our local markets across Australia and we are proud supporters, investors and contributors to these local Regional communities.