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The ABC has launched a new app called the ABC Digital News Feed, designed to connect all of the ABC’s content to a single newsfeed.
The app will be available to all Australians in the next few weeks.
It will also give users the ability to send messages, see articles and browse through archive content, all from a single, secure, mobile-friendly experience.
“We are committed to building a platform that allows us to deliver news and information to Australians at a time when people are spending more time on social media than ever before,” ABC Digital Chief Digital Officer, Mark O’Sullivan, said.
The news feed is not available to people outside Australia, but users will still be able to view stories in a local language if they opt to do so.ABC Digital NewsFeed has been rolled out to all users in Australia.
“Our aim is to build a new generation of digital news consumers and we want to be sure that every Australian is able to access our content when and where they need it,” Mr O’ Sullivan said.AAC, Fairfax and ABC are the biggest players in the industry.
ABC digital news content is available to ABC News and ABC TV subscribers.