Fine developed a cult following for his “Evenings With Finey” show.
His replacement has yet to be named and is the only spot left to be filled in SEN’s new line-up which has been reshaped by CrocMedia boss Craig Hutchison.
In other developments a new one-hour show hosted by Sam McClure will run between 6-7pm.
McClure had been a part of the SEN’s revamped breakfast show last year with Garry Lyon and Tim Watson as its resident newsbreaker.
Ironically he will now go head-to-head against 3AW’s Sports Today — hosted by Gerard Healy and Dwayne Russell — the show which gave him his start in the industry.
Fine is the latest host to go after David Schwarz and Mark Allen’s The Run Home show was cancelled.
Mark Robinson has also left the station.
Gerard Whateley will come in to fill the 9am show, with Kevin Bartlett shifted to an afternoon program with Dr Turf.
Andy Maher will be on from midday, and the station has stuck with contracted morning show stars Garry Lyon and Tim Watson, who began this week.
The sweeping changes come as former Footy Show host Hutchison puts his stamp on the line up after taking over as CEO on a salary of $883,752.