Media Partners

The Morning Bulletin

Website: themorningbulletin.com.au »

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The Morning Bulletin is published 6 days a week, Monday to Saturday, with the only exception being Good Friday and Christmas Day. It has a circulation of approximately 20,000 on weekdays and 26,500 on Saturdays.
Capricornia Newspapers Pty Ltd also publishes the Capricorn Local News, Gladstone Observer, Capricorn Coast Mirror, The Blackwater Herald, CQ News, Central Telegraph.

The Morning Bulletin continues to support the Central Queensland Capras as a Media Partner  in 2016.

WIN Network

Website: wintv.com.au »win-news

WIN Television is the world’s largest privately owned regional television network and reaches more than 5.2 million viewers across six states of Australia and the nation’s capital. WIN Television transmissions span from Cairns to Hobart, South Australia and all of Western Australia from Albany to Kununurra.

In 2012, the WIN Network in partnership with Channel 9 now broadcast the Intrust Super Cup live 2-4pm on Sunday as well as feature the Central Queensland Capras’ WIN Locker Room every Thursday night.

WIN Network continue to be a long term Media Partner of the Central Queensland Capras in 2016.

SEA FM

Website: seafmcq.com.au »

SEA FM commenced in late 2000, and now offers the ‘Widest Variety of Music’ for 30 to 54 year olds. Widest Variety means your favourite songs from the 70’s to today’s hits. 

SEA FM has two frequencies in our area – Rockhampton – 101.5, Gladstone – 95.1 and broadcasts to a population of over 150,000 covering major inland and coastal centres like Rockhampton, the Capricorn Coast, Gladstone and Boyne Tannum.

In 2012, the SEA FM partnership with the Central Queensland Capras has included promotional visits to Browne Park including meeting the Capras’ Easter Bunnies before their clash with the Northern Pride.

SEA FM continues to be a long-term Media Partner of the Central Queensland Capras in 2016.