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|special broadcasting service sbs||0.27||0.1||7227||72|
|special broadcasting service australia||1.16||0.6||8676||37|
|special broadcasting service logopedia||0.89||1||1414||54|
|special broadcasting service peabody award||1.06||0.3||5896||88|
|special broadcasting service sbs australia||0.84||0.6||3160||67|
|special broadcasting service food||0.49||0.3||3824||51|
The Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) is a hybrid-funded Australian public broadcasting radio, online, and television network. The stated purpose of SBS is "to provide multilingual and multicultural radio and television services that inform, educate and entertain all Australians and, in doing so, reflect Australia's multicultural society".What kind of TV channels does SBS have?
SBS operates five TV channels ( SBS, SBS Viceland, SBS World Movies, SBS Food and NITV) and seven radio networks (SBS Radios 1, 2 and 3, Arabic24, SBS Chill, SBS PopDesi and SBS PopAsia ). SBS Online is home to SBS on Demand video streaming service.When did SBS stop broadcasting on Channel 0?
On 5 January 1986, SBS ceased broadcasting on the VHF channel 0 frequency. Although many Australians at the time did not have UHF antennas, SBS's VHF licence had already been extended by a year at this stage and not all antennas had worked well with the low-frequency Channel 0 either.What does the SBS logo mean on TV?
The logo was used across all of SBS's radio and television stations, and symbolised television transmission on VHF channel 0. This was the first logo to use the globe that could come to identify SBS through most of its history.