The ABC will start its newscast from 8am on Sunday morning, with coverage of the Sydney Olympics.
This will include live coverage of every sporting event in Australia, including rugby league, golf, basketball, soccer, and football.
This newscaste will also feature the daily ABC news headlines.
The ABC will also be using the same schedule for the following weekend, including coverage of major events like the US Presidential Election, the Sydney Marathon, the Commonwealth Games, the Olympics, and a series of local sporting events.
This will be the first time the ABC has been using a simulcast schedule, which means that the news will be broadcast simultaneously on ABCs sister channel, News.ABC, which is also owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp, will also begin its weekday evening news with a special news program called The ABC Now, which will feature a special interview with the ABC’s news anchor, George Brandis.
This interview will also include an interview with a senior journalist.
The next morning, the ABCs News Breakfast program will air, with a guest appearance by the ABC reporter and anchor, Luke Dittmer.
The news program will continue with a series to follow on Sunday nights, including live coverage, and features a host of other stories, including a special report from the ABC on the US presidential election.
The programme will also have a special section, The ABC Today, where it will provide commentary from a range of ABC journalists and other senior staff.
The final morning of the program will be devoted to a report from a senior ABC journalist who has a focus on the Australian cricket team.
This is a very important step for the ABC as it strives to create a national network news program that is more relevant to its audience than the current day version of the ABC.
This move has been met with a mixed reaction on social media, with many saying the ABC needs to follow the lead of CNN and Fox News and introduce a simulcasting schedule.
However, others are praising the move as a way for the media company to build a new brand in an increasingly fragmented market.
While this will be welcome news for the audience, it will also create some logistical problems for the network.
As of now, the program is only available to viewers in Australia via the ABC TV app, but it will soon be available to watch on a dedicated app.
However, ABC News will continue to carry local and regional coverage of local and state events, which has been the mainstay of the network’s coverage for many years.
The ABC is also the broadcaster of the national and international editions of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), and is currently the broadcaster for the Commonwealth and Commonwealth Games.
There are also plans to stream ABC News 24 live from the US, as well as the ABC News Breakfast and the ABC Sports Extra, as part of a package that will allow for online and mobile access to the content, although no details of this are yet known.
The newscasting schedule is set to be unveiled at the ABC Media Awards on January 11.