Sky News On Win Launching This Sunday

Sky News On Win Launching This Sunday
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The new 24-hour news channel for regional Australia, Sky News on WIN launches this Sunday at 6am AEST on the WIN Network’s Channel 53 in northern NSW and the Gold Coast, and Channel 83 across all other WIN areas.

For the first time on free-to-air television, viewers can watch award-winning Sky News national affairs programs, the latest breaking sports news from FOX SPORTS News and weather updates from Sky News Weather’s expert team of meteorologists.

Sky News on WIN will broadcast in 30 markets across WIN’s regional network throughout Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia, and state-wide across Tasmania and the Australian Capital Territory.

Offering free-to-air viewers a taste of the premium Sky News offering available on Foxtel, Sky News on WIN will feature programs including Paul Murray LIVE, The Bolt Report, Credlin, Outsiders, Jones & Co, Richo, Politics HQ, and Kenny on Sunday.

The new channel line-up will also broadcast leading political programs SPEERS, SPEERS on Sunday andam Agenda, plus LIVE coverage of Question Time during parliamentary sitting weeks.

Weekdays from 6am-8am Sky News anchor Jaynie Seal hosts the new breakfast program Headline News. With a focus on regional issues, the program will give viewers the latest news headlines every 15 minutes and everything they need to know across news, sport and weather.

Headline News will also simulcast on WIN (Channel 008/080) and Sky News Weather (Foxtel Channel 603).

Sky News on WIN Program Schedule – Sunday 2 September

From 6am Sunday catch Sports First for your early morning fix of the latest sports news from Australia and overseas.

At 8am Sky News Political Editor David Speers anchors political news program Speers on Sunday.

Then at 9am Ross Cameron and Rowan Dean host Outsiders for their no-holds-barred observation on politics and everything in between.

From 12pm-5pm the FOX SPORTS News team will bring you all the day’s LIVE and breaking sports news coverage in Sports Sunday.

At 5pm Warren Mundine launches his second season of Mundine Means Business highlighting the success and entrepreneurship of Australia’s Indigenous communities.

Kenny on Sunday at 7pm will see respected columnist Chris Kenny deliver a lively end to the weekend and a jump start on the week ahead, taking a look at what’s happening in the media as well as what’s making us laugh.

At 9pm join Australia’s favourite night-time broadcaster Paul Murray and his team as they take an alternative look at the day’s news in Paul Murray LIVE.

Australia’s only late night current affairs show Heads Up screens from 11pm Sunday, anchored by Peter Gleeson, a must-watch for news junkies and mandatory viewing for newsmakers and politicians seeking a heads up of the day ahead.

SKY NEWS ON WIN – PROGRAM SCHEDULE OVERVIEW

(Channel 53 in Northern NSW and Channel 83 across WIN’s regional network):

Weekdays

  • Sky News Weather (LIVE at 5am)
  • Sports First (LIVE at 5am)
  • Headline News with Jaynie Seal (Weekdays LIVE at 6am)
  • AM Agenda with Kieran Gilbert (Weekdays LIVE at 8am)
  • Sports Nation (Weekdays LIVE at 9am)
  • Live Now (Weekdays LIVE at 10am)
  • All Australian News (Weekdays at 11am)
  • FOX Feed (Weekdays LIVE at 12pm)
  • SPEERS with David Speers (Monday – Thursdays LIVE at 4pm)
  • The Friday Show with Rita Panahi (Fridays LIVE at 4pm)
  • AFL Tonight (Monday – Thursday LIVE at 5pm and Fridays LIVE 5pm)
  • NRL Tonight (Monday – Thursday LIVE at 5pm and Fridays LIVE 5pm)
  • Credlin with Peta Credlin (Weeknights LIVE at 6pm)
  • The Bolt Report with Andrew Bolt (Weeknights LIVE at 7pm)
  • Outsiders with Ross Cameron and Rowan Dean (Mondays and Thursdays LIVE at 8pm)
  • Jones & Co with Alan Jones and Peta Credlin (Tuesdays LIVE at 8pm)
  • Richo with Graham Richardson (Wednesdays LIVE at 8pm)
  • Politics HQ with Nicholas Reece (Fridays LIVE at 8pm)
  • Paul Murray LIVE with Paul Murray (Sunday – Thursdays LIVE from 9pm – 10pm)
  • Hardgrave with Gary Hardgrave (Fridays LIVE at 9pm)
  • Bill & Boz with Bill Woods and Mark Bosnich (Monday – Wednesdays LIVE at 10pm)
  • Heads Up with Janine Perrett (Monday – Thursdays LIVE at 11pm) and Peter Gleeson (Fridays LIVE at 11pm)

Saturdays

  • Sky News Weather (LIVE at 5 )
  • Sports First (LIVE from 5am)
  • Gameday LIVE (LIVE from 9am)
  • Sports Saturday (LIVE from 12pm)
  • Fulltime Live (LIVE from 10pm)
  • Heads Up with Peter Gleeson (LIVE at 11pm)

Sundays

  • Sky News Weather (LIVE at 5 )
  • Sports First (LIVE from 5am)
  • SPEERS on Sunday with David Speers (LIVE at 8am)
  • Outsiders with Ross Cameron and Rowan Dean (LIVE at 9am)
  • Sports Sunday (LIVE from 12pm)
  • Mundine Means Business with Warren Mundine (LIVE at 5pm)
  • Kenny on Sunday with Chris Kenny (LIVE at 7pm)
  • Paul Murray LIVE with Paul Murray (LIVE at 9pm)
  • Bill & Boz with Bill Woods and Mark Bosnich (LIVE at 10pm)
  • Heads Up with Peter Gleeson (LIVE at 11pm)

The WIN Network is Australia’s largest regional commercial television network, broadcasting to more of regional Australia than any other regional commercial network, with a potential audience reach of more than eight million.

WIN is the only TV network in regional Australia producing 16 dedicated half-hour local news bulletins each weekday. It is the largest producer of regional news bulletins in the country, with a long-standing commitment to providing local content and a local voice for its viewers.

Sky News is Australia’s leading 24-hour multi-channel, multi-platform national news provider, delivering news you can trust, opinions you can’t ignore.

Only on Foxtel will viewers be able to access the full suite of Sky News content, including five LIVE 24/7 Sky News channels and the dedicated FOX SPORTS News channel, also available on the go with the Foxtel app and as part of the news offering on Foxtel’s streaming service, Foxtel Now.

Australian News Channel is a wholly owned subsidiary of News Corp Australia and delivers more news and national affairs to Australian audiences than any other network.

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