Channel 20 UHF CB - Security guards -
Channel 21 UHF - security car parking (before main game)
509.550 - Global TV's link to NBN studio. The Producer of the broadcast to the vision switchers.
Can hear them talking about vision packages that are used during the broadcast.
800.500 - only heard ground background noise
493.450 - 2HD broadcast. Much clearer reception than 1143 AM. After the game it is a open duplex
from the post-match press conference.
484.925 - The Director to his cameramen. Constant directions are given.
485.025 - Marathon Stadium catering channel.
495.100 - Coach . Listen to the coach talk to his people on the ground with all his colourful
Referees last year were heard on
for friends who would like to hear the ref a new product call Sports Ears are now available which
are for the the NRL footy games, I Believe they around $25-30 a pair, and the transmitter is a lower VHF Freq with very
low power garry tried a pair recently and james also says they are a cleaner sound than the 700Mhz!!
You can also hear the music director on 484.600 Mhz
At Channel Nine games, the commentary team of Ray Warren, Sterling and
Vautin could be heard on 508.075 MHz. You can even hear them talking in the
commercial breaks about personal matters. If only they knew. During ad
breaks you can also hear Sterling do his little spiel that ends the
telecast, sometimes it takes him 10 takes to get it right. Meanwhile, time
is ticking for him to get it right as it must go to air within a limited
time. This is the best freq to listen to but it may change for this year.
The freq's have changed for the Knights. I discovered a couple of changes
last night at the Knights v Warriors game.
Channel 9 commentary team - 485.100
Sound and radio techs - 509.925 ( can hear commentary in the
background, with the techs talking over it)
Camera Director - 509.550
Ground Music Director - 471.4625