SBS has become the latest service to announce itschannels, with the premiere of SBS TWO at 6pm tonight.
The new channel — a re-branding of the SBS News channel — promises "more world film and drama, documentaries, international news and sport", and plans to broadcast every stage of the Tour de France 2009.
In addition, it will follow in the footsteps of ABC 2 and Foxtel's "+2" channels by timeshifting popular shows from SBS ONE.
SBS TWO is available on Channel 32 in areas with digital reception and toand Austar subscribers.
Channel Ten's ONE was the first Freeview channel to be announced, and began broadcasting in March 2009.