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ABC’s New Year’s Eve fireworks coverage gets big reviews

ABC’s New Year’s Eve fireworks coverage received great acclaim, despite being criticized by viewers for the “awakened” theme.


ABC’s New Year’s Eve coverage was a hit, despite criticism from viewers.

According to TV Blackbox, the average number of viewers on the broadcast is 1.19 million, and more than ever, programs are being streamed via ABCiview.

Broadcast network share reached 31%, up from 28.5% in 2020.

Hit: ABC’s New Year’s Eve report was a rating hit, despite criticism from viewers. The fireworks display was hosted by ABC’s Zanro and Charlie Pickering (photo).

It will come later SydneyThe 9 pm New Year’s Eve fireworks display received various reviews from people watching at home, and some viewers blamed ABC and the city of Sydney for the “awakened” theme.

After an exhibition curated by indigenous artist Blak Douglas, rap duo Barkaa and Dobby played the 2020 song I Can’t Breathe, which refers to 438 indigenous people who died during police detention.

“Where did the family-friendly theme go? Why did it become political? Children wanted to hear good music before going to bed, but how disappointed was it?” Is writing twitter..

Did you wake up too much? It was after the 9 pm New Year's Eve fireworks display in Sydney, which received various reviews from people watching at home. Some viewers have blamed ABC and the city of Sydney for their

Did you wake up too much? It was after the 9 pm New Year’s Eve fireworks display in Sydney, which received various reviews from people watching at home. Some viewers have blamed ABC and the city of Sydney for their “awakened” theme.Photo: Rap duo Bulker and Dobby in Black Lives Matter T-shirt during performance

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Theme: “Welcome to Country” Fireworks theme was curated by indigenous artist Blak Douglas

Another agrees, saying:

‘@ABCTV’s kids were good until early in NYE, forced to see a three minute history before being able to see the most gloomy and dark KIDS fireworks ever. Leave it among adults. “

But while some praised the 9 pm fireworks, not everything was negative online.

Review:'Where did the family-friendly theme go? Why did it become political?The kids wanted to hear good music before going to bed, but how disappointed it was,

Review:’Where did the family-friendly theme go? Why did it become political?The kids wanted to hear good music before going to bed, but how disappointed it was, “one viewer wrote on Twitter.

“I love the 9 pm fireworks curated by Blak Douglas and the indigenous focus of entertainment,” wrote one.

Another said: “Is this the biggest fireworks display ever at #SydNYE at 9pm?” With the hashtag “Absolutely Awesome”.

When introducing the 9 pm fireworks, Douglas said, referring to the Sydney Harbor Bridge: ‘We have inherited one of the most famous icons on the planet. An icon that was never consulted among the people of Gadigal or Cammeray.

Fan: But some praised the 9 pm fireworks, but not everything online was negative.

Fan: But some praised the 9 pm fireworks, but not everything online was negative.

“I love the 9 pm fireworks curated by Blak Douglas and the indigenous focus of entertainment,” wrote one.

The exhibition focused on indigenous culture, followed by the culture of the Torres Strait Islands.

The music at the fireworks display was an indigenous-themed soundtrack.

Rap duo Bulker and Dobby performed and wore a “Black Lives Matter” T-shirt.

Music: The music at the fireworks display was an indigenous-themed soundtrack

Music: The music at the fireworks display was an indigenous-themed soundtrack

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ABC’s New Year’s Eve fireworks coverage gets big reviews

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