Nine News

Nine News (stylised 9News) is the national news service of the Nine Network in Australia.

Nine News
SloganSee The Full Story
Division of:Nine Network
Opening Theme:Tar Sequence
Founded:1956; 66 years ago (1956)
Headquarters:1 Denison Street, North Sydney, New South Wales
Area served:Australia
Formerly called:National Nine News (1970–2008)
Broadcast programs:Today
Weekend Today
Nine News: Early Edition
Nine Morning News
Nine Afternoon News
Nine News First at Five
Nine News
NBN News
A Current Affair
60 Minutes
Nine News Late
Parent:Nine Entertainment Co.
Website:http://www.9news.com.au

Its flagship program is the hour-long 6:00 pm state bulletin, produced by Nine's owned-and-operated stations in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth and NTD (Australian TV station)|Darwin]].[1] National bulletins also air on weekday mornings, weekend afternoons and most nights of the week after 10:30pm. In addition, a supplementary regional news program for the Gold Coast in Queensland airs each weeknight as well as regional bulletins for Northern NSW and the Gold Coast under the name of NBN News air seven nights a week.

Up until the mid-2000s, Nine News was generally the highest-rating news service in Australia, but in 2005 it was overtaken by the rival Seven News before it regained the lead on a national basis in 2013.[2][3] The network's Director of News and Current Affairs is Darren Wick.


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