Seven News Content and Appearance

Channel 7 reporter Robert Ovadia stood down without a single complaint filed: Lawyer

Let’s hope 4 Corners looks into the poor culture at 9 as well.

How about 4 Corners worry about what’s going on in their own backyard first.


I have always wonder if that was the News studio when driving pass every week or so. Finally i found out it is.

Is this new? Below the 7News logo they have text saying “Download the App”


Yes - also appearing in Adelaide on the local morning news.

It seems to have replaced the ‘’ bug

EDIT: There also seems to be a new ender replacing the ‘’ tag after the bulletin


They’ve really missed the boat on this one. This should have been available 3 years ago if not at launch. They only stepped on the gas because of the threat of Facebook blocking links. Seven have consistently failed to convert their broadcast viewers to online because they are separate products. Same brand, very different content. Even The Nightly is better using 7News on air talent than

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7NEWS launches new state-of-the-art app

Delivering a tailored news experience directly to individual users

The Seven Network has launched a new, cutting-edge 7NEWS app set to deliver a seamless news experience tailored to individual users, with up-to-the-minute coverage of the latest developments here and overseas.

From breaking stories to in-depth analysis across a range of topics including current affairs, sport, business, entertainment and lifestyle, the app is as a one-stop destination for news. It is available now to download for free direct to phones or tablets here.

One of the 7NEWS app’s standout features is the customisation options, which allow users to personalise their newsfeed by opting-in to their topics of interest, enhancing the overall experience.

For those wanting real-time updates, the app offers notifications on breaking news with 7NEWS live coverage. It also features seamless integration of video content from Sunrise, The Morning Show and 7NEWS Spotlight, providing users with on-the-go access to the very latest in news and entertainment.

For sports fans, the app is a valuable companion with live updates, fixtures and comprehensive coverage across AFL, AFLW and cricket, while the 7SPORT Match Centre keeps fans informed with real-time stats, team updates and player news.

Seven Network Director of News and Current Affairs and Seven West Media Editor-in-Chief, Anthony De Ceglie, said: “In a world where there are more voices than ever before clamouring for our attention it can be overwhelming to even know where to begin.

“The 7NEWS app has been designed to be truly user-first, offering a personalised experience that will deliver premium news, sport, business, entertainment and lifestyle content across any mobile device for free in the way people want.

“Our team of reporters, presenters, producers, analysts and technicians are committed to bringing the most elite and unbiased news to all Australians,” he said.

“The new free 7NEWS app has never made it simpler for you to be in the know. It is your perfect companion to understanding what is going on every minute of the day.”

In addition to news and entertainment, the 7NEWS app also features a dedicated section for deals, offers and competitions, curated by a team of experts. Users can stay ahead of the curve with firsthand reviews, advice and recommendations on the latest products and services.

The 7NEWS app is available from the Apple App Store (iPhone) and Google Play Store (Android).

Click here to learn more about the all-new 7NEWS app and other ways to stay updated with 7NEWS.


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I don’t think they could’ve fit another 7 News logo on the screen if they tried.


Could always send a telegraph to Bruce Gordon for some tips :wink:


App appearing in news promos


State of the art? They’ve got to be joking.

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During morning news


Who is that presenter?

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Steve Hart - former 10 News First Sydney reporter now 7 News Brisbane reporter. Was presumably a cross during the national morning news to the Brisbane newsroom (unless Brisbane had a local bulletin).


Steve Hart

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