SBS Worldwatch

SBS WorldwatchSBS has this week launched SBS WorldWatch, an all-new free-to-air multilingual news channel. The dedicated 24-hour channel features news bulletins from leading international broadcasters in more than 35 languages, and is home to SBS’s Arabic and Mandarin television news bulletins – SBS عربي News and SBS 中文 News. The launch of the channel builds on SBS’ expanding range of multilingual services for audiences across TV, radio and digital platforms.


About SBS WorldWatch

SBS WorldWatch is SBS’s free-to-air multilingual news channel, which launched on Monday 23 May, 2022. You can watch it on free-to-air channel 35, or stream it live on SBS On Demand. 

It provides Australians with access to news from around the world in languages other than English, with a line-up of news bulletins from leading international broadcasters in more than 35 languages.

SBS عربي News (SBS News in Arabic) is broadcast on the channel live at 8pm, and SBS 中文 News (SBS News in Mandarin) at 8.30pm, weeknights. These programs are produced and presented by SBS and are also available to stream live on SBS On Demand.

Audiences can also watch SBS current affairs programs available on the channel, broadcast in English with subtitles in Arabic and Simplified Chinese.

Why did you launch this channel?

SBS WorldWatch expands SBS’s commitment to providing comprehensive news and information across its network – in English through SBS World News, and in more than 60 languages across SBS Radio services, podcasting, and digital platforms – and the multilingual services it has been delivering to Australians for more than 45 years.

On SBS WorldWatch, news programming is not interrupted by SBS’s commitments to broadcast live sporting events as occurs on SBS and SBS VICELAND from time to time.

We’re pleased to be able to offer both an extension of our services, and improve the viewing experience, with the launch of SBS WorldWatch.

How to access SBS WorldWatch

 



 

Read more about the new SBS WorldWatch here

 

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