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Connected to the World

SBS Online delivers the best of world news, current affairs, sport, film, food and a full range of SBS television and radio programming to an audience of 900,000 people per month.

SBS Online provides full radio and TV programs so that listeners and viewers can access the network's best programming 'on demand'.

We also offers a broad array of original content designed to engage, entertain and enlighten audiences.

News and Current Affairs

World News Australia Online aggregates the best global video and text news from sources such as BBC and CNN, while the sites for Dateline, Insight and Living Black offer viewers a highly interactive experience for comment and discussion of important world and local issues.

Visit our News and Current Affairs websites; World News, Dateline, Insight, Living Black


SBS offers an informative and entertaining cross-platform sporting experience across television, radio and online. As part of the sport offering, SBS hosts a number of comprehensive sport sites to coincide with the network's extensive commitment to sport on-air and includes The World Game, Cycling Central, Sport and Speedweek.

The award-winning The World Game website is Australia's favourite football site and features exclusive video highlights and interviews, expert opinion from the likes of Les Murray and Craig Foster, analysis, and forums. There is also breaking football news, stats and results, photo galleries, fantasy football and live streaming of key football events such as the 2010 FIFA World Cup draw.

Cycling Central is SBS's acclaimed home of cycling online. As well as exclusive webs video shows, the site has the latest news, race highlights, interviews, blogs and the best special event coverage of the prestigious Tour de France, Giro d'Italia, Vuelta d'Espana, Tour Down Under and Paris-Roubaix.

SBS Sport follows all the news in sport from Australia and the world and looks at left field with The Circus blog every weekday. Speedweek, SBS's motoring site, covers all sporting events that involve an engine and complements the weekly Speedweek program on-air. SBS Sport also delivers comprehensive event-specific sites for major events such as the Ashes and the Dakar Rally.


The SBS Documentary portal supports and extends our world-class documentary programming through specifically commissioned multimedia editorial and stand-out writing designed to prompt deeper discussion and understanding of major issues.

Visit the SBS Documentary website.


SBS Online provides on-demand viewing for all SBS TV's stand-out commissioned and acquired programming such as East West 101, Rockwiz, Mad Men, First Australians and Mythbusters.

View our suite of Television websites.


The SBS Food portal features over 800 recipes from SBS's greatest food programming, as well as How To features and blogs on global cuisine by some of Australia's most respected chefs and food writers.

Visit the SBS Food portal.


Through news, reviews and opinion, the SBS Film site is a destination for the discussion and analysis of the best in world cinema, art-house cinema and independent cinema.

Visit the SBS Film website.

Audio and Language

The SBS Online platform also serves as an online hub for each of the 74 languages served by SBS, and provides on-demand audio for all in-language radio programming.

Whether it is up-to-the-minute global news, innovative sport coverage, full-length TV and audio programs on-demand, documentaries, or global food and film, SBS Online helps our audience explore and connect with their favourite SBS programs, when and where it suits them.

The family of websites which supports and enhances SBS Television, SBS ONE and SBS TWO, and SBS Radio, delivers text, video and audio on demand to an audience of more than 900,000 users per month.  

Established in 2000 to webcast the Australian Film Institute Awards, SBS's online presence now archives full radio and TV programs so listeners and viewers can catch up; it also offers original content, including user-generated vehicles such as blogs and forums, giving the opportunity for debate and engagement online. The sites also serve as an online hub for each of the 74 languages served by SBS.

Some of our most-trafficked areas include Dateline, Insight, The World News, The World Game - all adding a dimension to programs enjoyed on SBS Radio and TV.

News reports, innovative youth programming, soccer updates, program schedules, broadcaster profiles, community information, calendars - SBS Online helps our audiences explore and connect with their favourite SBS programs, when and where it suits them.

A World Wide Story:  In 1997, the SBS web presence was a modest affair, consisting of text and pictures only, optimised for Netscape 2.01 and above and Internet Explorer 3.02 and above.  The news service published what was at that time an ambitious schedule of five articles per day. Today SBS Online publishes over 500,000 sport and news articles per year, and over 100,000 videos annually. The network attracts 900,000 users per month who generate 14 million page impressions and 2 million video streams.