Throughout the Harry Potter series, we see several forms of journalism and communication. The most obvious is the Daily Prophet, represented by Rita Skeeter, which, as the name suggests, appears to be published once a day. A number of breaking news stories are published through this paper:
"Mrs Weasley, who had evidently been waiting for them in the front yard, came running towards them, still wearing her bedroom slippers, her face pale and strained, a screwed up copy of the Daily Prophet clutched in her hand. [...] Harry saw the headline: SCENES OF TERROR AT THE QUIDDITCH WORLD CUP, complete with a twinkling, black and white photograph of the Dark Mark over the trees." GoF, Chapter Ten, Mayhem at the Ministry
We see Patronuses being used for targeted communications, particularly life-or-death warnings, but they are very individual messages, not a large-scale broadcast:
"Graceful and gleaming, the lynx landed lightly in the middle of the astonished dancers. [...] Then, the Patronus's mouth opening wide and it spoke in the loud, deep, slow voice of Kingsley Shacklebolt. 'The Ministry has fallen. Scrimgeour is dead. They are coming.'" DH, Chapter Eight, The Wedding
The radio is also used, broadcasting music in the Half-Blood Prince and, on a secret station, Order of the Phoenix news in Deathly Hallows. This requires a password:
"We suggest that you continue to show your devotion to the man with the lightning scar by listening to Potterwatch! And now let's move to news concerning the wizard who is proving just as elusive as Harry Potter..." DH Chapter Twenty-Two, The Deathly Hallows
However, given the amount of breaking news stories that occur during the books (the Triwizard Tournament, the Quidditch World Cup, and quite a few large-scale Dark wizard terror attacks), I'm surprised that we don't see a more consistent channel for reporting breaking news - the kind where a headline the day after doesn't really do it justice, and where it's likely that people will want a live feed, for sports commentaries, or updates on attacks. In the Muggle world, we can assume this happens through radio, television, social media, news feeds, etc.
Given the potential of magic, is there a consistent way for your ordinary wizard or witch, sitting at home in a scenario such as the Quidditch World Cup, to stay updated on what's happening, without needing to wait for a newspaper's publication, or requiring passwords to a secret network?
I appreciate the answer may be just the radio (I assume there are "standard", possibly Ministry-controlled stations), but considering all the magical items we encounter, I thought there may be some other magical means.
Ideally, I'm looking for canon based answers - either methods or confirmations from the books, or from interviews. However, I'm also willing to hear speculative answers or notes from films or other media.