1. Major Newspapers.
Australian Financial Review-national business daily
Sydney Morning Herald-Sydney daily
Daily Telegraph-Sydney daily
Herald Sun-Melbourne daily
Courier Mail-Brisbane daily
West Australian-Perth daily
USA Today, Asian Wall Street Journal and International Herald Tribune are widely available.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) maintains station lists. Local and regional newspapers print program schedules.
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) operates national and local public TV stations. The other public broadcaster is the multicultural-oriented Special Broadcasting Service (SBS). Privately-owned TV is dominated by three large networks. Pay-TV services are expanding.
ABC-national public network.
SBS-national multicultural public network
Seven Network-national private network
Nine Network-national private network
Ten Network-national private network
Two Pay-TV operators
CNN-American and international network widely available
Station lists are available from the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA). Local and regional newspapers print call numbers and program schedules.
Main public outlets:
Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC)-AM and FM public radio
Radio Australia-ABC's overseas service
Special Broadcasting Service (SBS)-multicultural public radio
4. Wire Service/Internet
AAP-Australian Associated Press
ABC Newsonline-ABC online news website