TVNews is a database that lets you search and retrieve news stories
and related current affairs programs broadcast by free-to-air networks -
ABC, ABC2, SBS, TEN, 9 and 7. With daily content updates and an email
alert service to help you track the stories that matter to you, TVNews
is an essential educational resource that will benefit staff and
students alike. Please note: TVNews is only available to educational institutions which hold a Screenrights licence.
To start searching the TVNews database now go to your library website and search for TVNews or find it listed in the databases section.
Popular topics include current affair, political
and government, business and finance, lifestyle, news and crime, sport,
environment, health, science and nature, IT and technology.
Key programs include 7.30 Report, ABC News,
Behind the News, Four Corners, National Nine News, World News Australia
Why subscribe to TVNews?
How to purchase
- Search the entire database - by subject, date or program title - find those broadcasts you missed plus related stories of interest
- Download new footage every day - records are updated daily
- Access archived news back to 2007 - download and save the full media file straight to your desktop in WMV/video format
- Pinpoint stories of interest instantly - thanks to powerful search tools
- Keep track of subjects and events of interest - via email alerts
- Watch extended coverage - selected current affairs programs include Lateline, 60 Minutes, A Current Affair and Compass
- Save time - no more recording or editing as TVNews takes you directly to the relevant news item
- Save money - access to TVNews is provided via the web which means no special software or hardware requirements
To request a quote or a free trial for any Informit product, you can
follow the links above or contact the RMIT Publishing Sales Team
directly who will be happy to help.
t: +61 3 9925 8100
f: +61 3 9925 8134
Contact RMIT Publishing
If you have any questions regarding your subscription please do get in
touch. Our office hours are between 9.00am and 5.00pm Australian
Standard Eastern Time.
Warning: The records in this database may
contain names, images and/or voices of deceased Aboriginal and Torres Strait