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Australian public radio and tv network

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The Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) is a hybrid-funded Australian public broadcasting radio, online and television network. About 80 per cent of funding for the SBS Corporation is derived from the Australian Government. SBS operates five TV channels and eight radio networks.

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First two artists revealed for 'Eurovision – Australia Decides' 2020

SBS and production partner Blink TV have today announced Vanessa Amorosi and Casey Donovan will compete in ‘Eurovision – Australia Decides’ in February 2020.
SBS - Published

SBS World News presenter Anton Enus marks 20 years at SBS

Anton Enus joined the SBS World News team in 1999 and has told the biggest national and international news stories to audiences across Australia ever since.
SBS - Published

Opinion: As a journalist, to report freely is critical to democracy

Afghan refugee and the executive producer of SBS Pashto Abdullah Alikhil says trust is so precious. If you lose it, getting it back – if you ever do - will be a long struggle.
SBS - Published

TV director behind SBS, subtitles and Bananas in Pyjamas

Under Manzoufas' guidance, Bananas in Pyjamas went international and the ABC purchased a huge catalogue of movies.
The Age - Published

Australia's Hong Kong community have grave fears for pro-democracy protests

Chinese Australian MP, Gladys Lui has told SBS the protests in Hong Kong have been painful to watch. But some Australians say the response has been inadequate and are urging her to speak out more..
SBS - Published

Exclusive: Yazidi boy forced to fight with IS could be reunited with family in Australia

EXCLUSIVE: SBS understands the Australian government is considering a visa application from a teenager who was kidnapped and trained as a child soldier by the terrorist group.
SBS - Published

SBS wins Logie for most outstanding sports coverage

SBS's coverage of the 2018 FIFA Men’s Football World Cup has won the Logie for most outstanding sports coverage.
SBS - Published

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