SBS has announced that its new world news channel, SBS WorldWatch, will launch on Monday 23 May.
The new channel, not unlike the previous World News Channel that ran between 2002 and 2009, promises international news bulletins in more than 35 languages from 45 countries, including 16 new programs.
SBS WorldWatch will also be the free-to-air home for its new locally-made bulletins, SBS عربي News (Arabic) and SBS 中文 News (Mandarin), that were launched on SBS On Demand last week.
SBS WorldWatch will be SBS’ sixth free-to-air TV channel, adding to SBS, SBS Viceland, SBS Food, NITV and SBS World Movies.
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