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Lessons in buttering up your teachers
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Lessons in buttering up your teachers

Resulting in a pat on the head.

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ABC cuts 229 jobs in response to government funding freeze
Media & marketing

ABC cuts 229 jobs in response to government funding freeze

Managing director David Anderson confirmed the job losses figure in a Senate estimates hearing - lower than the anticipated 250 job losses he foreshadowed in June.

  • by Lisa Visentin
ABC journalist Sarah Ferguson to take up short-term Washington post
Sarah Ferguson

ABC journalist Sarah Ferguson to take up short-term Washington post

Ferguson was named Beijing bureau chief in 2019, and the broadcaster says sending her to China is still 'top priority'.

  • by Karl Quinn
The Coalition has maintained its holy war against the ABC
Opinion
Opinion

The Coalition has maintained its holy war against the ABC

It is an unchallenged Liberal mantra to shrink Aunty. Years of cumulative funding cuts are taking effect and the impact is now clear every day.

  • by Jon Faine
ABC advertising costs spike in major restructure year
Media & marketing

ABC advertising costs spike in major restructure year

The broadcaster's redundancy costs also skyrocketed, but key executives took a pay cut.

  • by Zoe Samios
ABC iview to introduce compulsory log-in
Media & marketing

ABC iview to introduce compulsory log-in

ABC viewers will need to give the broadcaster their personal details to watch shows like Bluey, Four Corners or Australian Story from next year.

  • by Zoe Samios
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ABC made decision to perform 'stitch-up job' on V'landys, court hears
Horse racing

ABC made decision to perform 'stitch-up job' on V'landys, court hears

Mr V'landys was interviewed by Caro Meldrum-Hanna during an expose which outlined allegations of cruelty towards Australian racehorses on a mass scale. 

  • by Sarah Keoghan
Police won't charge ABC journalist over 'Afghan Files' stories
Press freedom

Police won't charge ABC journalist over 'Afghan Files' stories

The AFP will not lay charges against an ABC journalist after prosecutors found it would not be in the public interest.

  • by Anthony Galloway
ABC, SBS should be part of media code, but 'don't die in a ditch over it': Fels
Media bargaining code

ABC, SBS should be part of media code, but 'don't die in a ditch over it': Fels

Former ACCC chair Allan Fels says politicians shouldn't lose sight of the bigger goal of forcing Google and Facebook to pay for news.

  • by Lisa Visentin
ABC had 'political agenda' against racing industry, V'landys tells court
Defamation

ABC had 'political agenda' against racing industry, V'landys tells court

The ABC's lawyer Sandy Dawson said it was an "outrageous slur" against the ABC to suggest their "very experienced reporter" Caro Meldrum-Hanna had "set out" to "damage the racing industry". 

  • by Sarah Keoghan
'Where will the next Bluey come from?': Kids' TV producers fear worst
Regulation

'Where will the next Bluey come from?': Kids' TV producers fear worst

Many of the leading producers of Australian children's television fear recent reforms will destroy their viability as exporters.

  • by Karl Quinn