New for 2018
David Speers will claim recently retired Laurie Oakes’ mantle — launching a new marquee program, Speers, (4pm, Monday to Thursday) which will build to the premiere of Speers On Sunday (from January next year).
“I was always a huge fan of Laurie Oakes, no doubt about it,” Speers said.
“That Sunday morning interview that he did for many years was just a must-watch for me, certainly. I just loved his interviewing style.
“I’ve got my own style, everybody does, but it is still a really important point of the week when people are tuning in, not just the political class, but when I think a lot of Australians are catching up about what’s been the big issue of the week …just to watch someone put through their paces who has played a pivotal role in those issues.”
To The Point with Kristina Kennealy will move to Canberra.
FIRST EDITION with Keiran Gilbert and Brooke Corte (5am AEST weekdays)
AM AGENDA with Keiran Gilbert (8.30am weekdays)
LIVE NOW with Ashleigh Gillon (9.30am Mon to Wed)
LIVE NOW with Samantha Maiden (9.30am Thurs to Fri)
NEWSDAY with Laura Jayes (12pm to 4pm, Mon to Thurs)
TO THE POINT with Kristina Keneally live from Canberra (1pm, Mon To Thurs)
SPEERS with David Speers (4pm, Mon To Thurs)
CREDLIN with Peta Credlin (6pm weeknights)
THE BOLT REPORT with Andrew Bolt (7pm weeknights)
BEATTIE & NEWMAN with Peter Beattie and Campbell Newman (8pm, Mon)
JONES & CO with Alan Jones and Peta Credlin (8pm Tues)
RICHO with Graham Richardson (8pm Wed)
OUTSIDERS with Ross Cameron and Rowan Dean (8pm Thurs, 10am Sun)
POLITICS HQ with Nicholas Reece (8pm, Fri)
PAUL MURRAY LIVE and PML OVERTIME with Paul Murray (9pm weeknights)
HEADS UP with Janine Perrett (11pm Mon to Thurs)
PYNE & MARLES with Christopher Pyne and Richard Marles (returns 2018)
THE FRIDAY SHOW with Janine Perrett (4pm, Fri)
SATURDAY EDITION and SUNDAY EDITION with Jaynie Seal and Greg Thomson (7am, Sat and Sun)
SPEERS ON SUNDAY with David Speers (8am Sunday)
KARVELAS with Patricia Karvelas (7pm, Sunday)
Marketing Matters to launch on Sky News Business
The primary aim of the show will be to help small-medium businesses (SMEs) better achieve their objectives using a variety of practical marketing strategies and methods.
Hosted by small business owner (digital company, Tick Yes) and highly experienced industry and media expert, Peter Applebaum, Marketing Matters will feature real life case studies and marketing panels including a broad range of business owners/managers and industry leaders discussing marketing tips, news and opportunities.
Marketing Matters is sponsored by Yellow, American Express, Optus, Qantas Business Rewards and Pureprofile.
Kylie Merritt, Commercial Director, Sky News said: “Marketing Matters is an exciting opportunity for Sky News Business to partner with industry leaders and provide our audience with actionable ideas.”
Research* of SME owners and managers conducted for Marketing Matters by Pureprofile, a leading global data and insights company, identified a clear need for the program.
- 82% are interested to very interested in watching a marketing show on TV
- 64.3% want to see case studies or interviews with small business owners
- 65.6% want to attract new customers; 41% want to create awareness
Marketing Matters is a 10 part program starting Thursday, 1 February at 7:30pm AEDT Sky News Business.
Sky News Business and Nine Entertainment Co are looking at forming a venture for a new business channel and business reporting unit, AFR reports.
JUST IN | @mrpford— 3AW Breakfast (@RossAndJohn) May 23, 2018
reports Samantha Maiden has been stood down from Sky News due to workplace behaviour issues.
"It's all about attitude and dealing with colleagues."
AUSTRALIAN NEWS CHANNEL AND WIN NETWORK SIGN HISTORIC CONTENT AGREEMENT
Australian News Channel (ANC) and the WIN Network (WIN) today announced a program supply
agreement to broadcast Sky News content across WIN’s regional free-to-air television network on
a dedicated channel.
For the first time, more Australians will have the chance to watch select Sky News content spanning
news, sport, weather and public affairs programming on a new free-to-air television channel
“Sky News on WIN.”
“Sky News on WIN” will launch later this year on channel 83 across WIN’s regional network and
channel 53 across Northern NSW.
The new channel will broadcast into 29 markets across six states via the WIN Network including
regional areas of Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia,
and state-wide across Tasmania and the Australian Capital Territory.
The bespoke free-to-air news channel will feature a mix of LIVE and time-shifted Sky News program
highlights. Further announcements will be made regarding the program line-up on “Sky News on
In addition, Sky News will have access to Australia’s largest regional news operation with the ability
to broadcast local WIN News content on its premium news channels on Foxtel. WIN News will also
have access to Sky News national affairs content when relevant for its dedicated local news
“Sky News on WIN” will give viewers a taste of the premium suite of channels which will continue to
be available exclusively on national subscription television provider Foxtel.
Only on Foxtel will viewers be able to access five LIVE 24/7 Sky News and FOX SPORTS News
channels featuring award-winning news and national affairs programs, also available via its
streaming service Foxtel Now and to watch on the go, via tablets and smartphones, with the Foxtel
Angelos Frangopoulos, CEO Australian News Channel said: “The content supply agreement with
the WIN Network is an historic moment for our company providing, for the first time, the opportunity
to showcase the depth and breadth of the news, sports news, weather news and public affairs
content available on our premium Sky News channels on Foxtel to even more Australians. Sky News
will also deliver unique content to Australians in regional areas. We look forward to announcing that
in coming weeks.”
Andrew Lancaster, CEO WIN Network said: “WIN is proud of its position as Australia’s most prolific
producer of quality regional news content and this new agreement with ANC will allow WIN to
strengthen its commitment to informing regional Australians. As well as producing 16 dedicated
local news bulletins, WIN is now giving regional Australians the complete local, national and
international news, sport and current affairs stories across their day.”
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.
ANC is a wholly owned subsidiary of News Corp Australia and delivers more news and national
affairs to Australian audiences than any other network.
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.
Sky News Business will be renamed “Your Money” and is a JV with the Nine Network.
It will relaunch later this year on Foxtel and on Channel 95 metro and 85 regional.
Samantha Maiden (samanthamaiden)
NEWS: I am resigning from Sky News today and would like to thank Sky for such great opportunities and the support @frangopoulos and @David_Speers have offered me. I am truly sad to go. No more selfies for Ned! https://t.co/TrLvDJNHmc