2017

Slow TV comes to SBS with The Ghan: Australia’s Greatest Train Journey

The Ghan: Australia’s Greatest Train Journey is an Australian-first foray into the ‘Slow TV’ movement.

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Jessica Mauboy is Australia’s artist for the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest!

SBS is proud to announce that Jessica Mauboy is Australia’s contestant at the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest, to be held in Lisbon, Portugal and broadcast exclusively on SBS from May 9 to13, 2018.  

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Janice Petersen hosts second Advancing Community Cohesion Conference Dinner

The second national Advancing Community Cohesion Conference is a biennial conference organised by Western Sydney University (WSU) that was held between 20-22 November at the WSU Paramatta Campus.

SBS continues partnership with Youth Frontiers

The Hon. Ray Williams - MP, Rebecca Pugh- Newcastle High School, Jan Fran- SBS The Feed presenter SBS VICELAND’s The Feed presenter, Jan Fran hosted the Youth Frontiers Awards ceremony at NSW Parliament House on 21 November.

SBS wins two awards at 2017 Australian Multicultural Marketing Awards

 SBS won two awards at the Australian Multicultural Marketing Awards, receiving the Communities Award for the 2017 Lunar New Year campaign, and the Youth Award for the 2017 SBS Radio National Languages Competition.

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SBS Welcomes New Community Advisory Committee

 SBS welcomed ten newly-appointed members to the Community Advisory Committee in September representing diverse industries and networks across academia, settlement, advocacy, language and business.

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SBS unveils new look, new app for SBS News

Enhanced SBS News gives audiences the whole picture on Australian and international news.

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SBS Learn launches new Small Business Secrets educational resources

SBS Learn and Small Business Secrets today launched a series of new online educational resources, which bring to life the experiences of Australian entrepreneurs to help students understand the realities of owning and running a business.


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Australias Longest Running Indigenous Current Affairs Program Living Black Returns to SBS and NITV for its 25th season

Living Black returns to screens for its 15th year and 25th season, with the ten-part series taking a comprehensive look into some of the most important issues affecting Indigenous Australians currently.

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SBS World Movies switches linear channel for dedicated offering on Foxtel On Demand

SBS today announced that from 1 February 2018, the iconic World Movies subscription channel will switch from a Foxtel linear channel to be hosted on Foxtel On Demand, with a weekly movie slot on the pay TV provider’s Foxtel Movies Masterpiece channel.

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SBS Radio implements revised services tailored for today’s Australia

SBS Radio will implement its revised schedule from Monday 20 November focusing on delivering programs and services tailored to the needs of Australia’s rapidly changing and diverse communities.

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Struggle Street returns to SBS highlighting issues of economic inequality in Australia

The series returns for two weeks from Tuesday 28 November, 8.30pm on SBS
Continues 29, 30 November and 5, 6, 7 December

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SBS unveils 2018 lineup

 Inclusive and thought-provoking slate set to inspire audiences on SBS in 2018

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Remote Indigenous Media Festival: A Diamond in the Western Desert Dust

SBS and NITV sent four delegates to Wingellina for the 19th Remote Indigenous Media Festival. The aim was to build pathways with Indigenous content makers and build the Indigenous production sector.

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SBS brings more women’s football to all Australians live, free and in HD

SBS will expand its comprehensive football offering in 2017-18 by showcasing more world class women’s sport this summer with the broadcast of W-League and Matildas matches live, free and in HD to all Australians.