SBS 2’s coverage of the 2016 Hyundai A-League Grand Final will kick off this Sunday, 1 May from 4.30pm. This year’s current premiers Adelaide United will take on Western Sydney Wanderers at Adelaide Oval.
Colour Theory returns to NITV with award-winning host Tony Albert exploring the worlds of some of the country’s most exciting contemporary artists. Delving into the personal journeys of Julie and Clive Freeman, Karla Dickens, Frances Belle Parker and Jason Wing, the new series paints our screens with vibrant stories of history, culture and pride that unearth techniques to preserve cultural traditions through contemporary visual storytelling.
SBS Radio has appointed Dr Eman Sharobeem to the role of Community Engagement Manager, responsible for developing and implementing strategies to deepen engagement and grow relationships with communities and stakeholders.
The 2016 Eurovision Song Contest will take over Stockholm, Sweden from 11 May with contestants from 43 countries set to compete. SBS Radio invites fans to kick off Eurovision celebrations early with SBS Eurovision Radio, your non-stop soundtrack to the world's biggest song contest, broadcasting 24 hours a day from 1 to 15 May. Tune into SBS Radio 4 on digital radio or stream online or via the SBS Radio App.
Comedian, writer, actress and political commentator Samantha Bee brings her sassy, smart and satirical point of view to a range of current and relevant issues in her very own late night comedy show, Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, which premieres Tuesday, 26th April at 8.00 on SBS 2 and on SBS On Demand.
SBS will today become the first Australian broadcaster to launch a Virtual Reality (VR) app, SBS On Demand VR, allowing audiences to explore the latest 360° videos produced by SBS and the independent production community.
Developed by SBS’s Digital Creative Labs team, the VR app is part of SBS’s commitment to utilise the latest technology to tell diverse Australian stories in new and innovative ways.
Marking National Youth Week, between 8-17th April, NITV will feature a range of unique content that reflects and celebrates Indigenous youth. Alongside three first-run documentaries, Bush to Belly, Cunnamulla Dreaming and One Mob to CGEN, there will be a dedicated online offering across the week.