The boats may have stopped, but the debate has not. The ground-breaking and multi award-winning SBS documentary series Go Back To Where You Came From returns after three years to once again provoke national debate about how Australia responds to refugees and asylum seekers. Read the News Release here (PDF).
NITV is marking NAIDOC Week with a dedicated schedule of programming between 6-12 July. In addition to NITV News on the Road, Living Black’s Karla Grant speaks exclusively to the Dalai Lama and NITV Online will deliver extensive live digital coverage of all the winner action from the NAIDOC Awards.
As part of SBS’s multi-platform recognition of the 40th anniversary of the fall of Saigon and 40 years of Vietnamese resettlement in Australia, SBS has today released an interactive graphic novel based on the acclaimed story The Boat by Nam Le.
The online project is the first interactive graphic novel by the Walkley-winning SBS interactive team, and unites hand drawn artwork, animation, text, sound and archive to explore this important moment in history through an innovative mode of storytelling that pushes the existing boundaries of the graphic novel form.
SBS supports and welcomes the introduction of the Communications
Legislation Amendment (SBS Advertising Flexibility and Other Measures)
Bill 2015 to the Parliament by the Minister for Communications, Malcolm
Sebastian will sing Tonight Again at the Eurovision Song Contest to be held in
Vienna, Austria and broadcast on SBS from Wednesday May 20 to Sunday May
showcases the trademark soulful sound which Guy is renowned for. With a
contemporary R&B style bursting with hooks, beats and celebratory lyrics,
Tonight Again is a song that belongs on the Eurovision stage.
SBS is thrilled to announce that the network has secured the opportunity
for Australia to compete in the 60th Eurovision Song Contest to be held
in Vienna, Austria. This spectacular moment in Australian television
history will be broadcast from Wednesday May 20 to Sunday May 24.
SBS today announced Director, Television Tony Iffland will depart SBS
after three years in which he has steered SBS television through a
period of growth and transition, including the free-to-air launch of
National Indigenous Television (NITV) as part of SBS and the
transformative relaunch of SBS 2.