SBS unveils new radio schedule
5th December, 2012By Kassahun Seboqa
Australia's multicultural broadcaster SBS has unveiled a new schedule for its radio network which includes six new languages from Asia and Africa spoken by growing numbers of migrants and refugees.
The last time SBS embarked on such a review was 1994, and the broadcaster says Australian society has changed considerably since then and SBS needs to better reflect those changes in its programming in order to fulfil its Charter.
The new schedule also includes expanded programming for some existing communities with growing numbers of migrants, particularly from China and India.
From April next year, the Amharic Language Program will be broadcast on Monday and Friday at 10:00 pm.
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