HeadquartersMelbourne, Australia
OwnerAustralian Digital Holdings

ADH TV (Australian Digital Holdings) is a streaming news channel based in Sydney, Australia. The channel features libertarian and conservative presenters and airs live content for five hours every weekday. The channel's chairman is businessman Maurice Newman.[1]


ADH TV launched in 2021, with Alan Jones announced as its first host on 10 December, having left Sky News Australia in November. His show − Alan Jones: Direct to the People − aired its first episode on 13 December.[2]

Billionaire businessman and investor James Packer has an investment in ADH TV, although the total value is unknown.[3]

Presenters on the channel include legal academic David Flint, Family First Party national director Lyle Shelton and The Australian columnist Nick Cater.[1]


  1. ^ a b "Inside Australia's Newsmax, the Alan Jones-backed outrage network". Australian Financial Review.
  2. ^ "Alan Jones begins new live show with rant about being silenced, before being cut off". The Guardian.
  3. ^ "Alan Jones's conservative streaming platform finds a new backer in James Packer". The New Daily.