SYN Online

SYN Online

During the years SYN has adapted to the increase of digital media such as:

  • Podcasts
  • Online Video
  • News

Latest Podcasts

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Refugees on Air

The one and only refugee podcast giving refugees from all around Australia a voice to share their stories. Hosted by Syrian twins Sarah and Maya Ghassali, episodes are updated every fortnight with new stories to share.
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Ignorance Is This

“Ignorant by Choice meets Ignorant by Default”   Hosted by Scott Martin and Oliver Dear, ‘Ignorance is This’ is a program about Oliver’s attempt […]
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EuroHeroes

Lewis, Gill and Bridget are all Eurovision enthusiasts. During the lead up to Eurovision 2017 they will be talking all things tack, […]
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Troll Foods

A fictional radio program that tells the story of two young employees of a fantasy supermarket called Troll Foods. The story follows […]
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Ezcapades

Influencers. They’re the Kardashian clan of the creative world. They’re the type of people called Karlie that do makeup tutorials on how […]
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MythirdEar

An Australian Podcast series, exploring seemingly lesser known sounds across a range of arts genres and pop culture.

Latest TV

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SYN Media

SYN Media also produces a lot of amazing content outside of its many flagship and seasonal shows. Here you can find videos […]
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1700

1700 is Melbourne’s only live youth-produced music TV show, airing Mondays, Wednesdays & Thursdays on C31 Melbourne (digital 44). The show features all […]
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Postcodes

This show is no longer on-air.   Playing on the stereotype of different suburbs and parodying the regular format of a travel […]
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Get Cereal TV

Though no longer active, make sure to catch all of Get Cereal’s TV shorts here on SYN!
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SYN News

An in-depth look at the week’s events, from Melbourne’s youngest newsroom.