A University of Sydney professor and a high-profile journalist have been asked to review Caro Meldrum-Hanna’s series into the Sydney Luna Park fire tragedy.
When Celia Pacquola and Luke McGregor first pitched their show to the ABC, it was about a haunted house. That didn’t work. Nor did their second idea. So they settled […]
The departure of host Hamish Macdonald after 18 months has prompted questions about Q+A’s future – and an opportunity to get it right.
While Twitter was love bombing Hamish Macdonald yesterday, it was the scrutiny and abuse from that very platform that was a key factor in his decision to quit.
No other Australian media outlet devotes the time, energy and resources to complaint investigation as the ABC does.
In a new ABC series, women across the political spectrum describe being ignored, harassed and sometimes assaulted.
The Australia Israel and Jewish Affairs Council wants changes to the ABC’s complaints policy after its complaint of bias and lack of impartiality was rejected by the public broadcaster.
Liverpool City Council has made an audacious bid to attract the ABC ahead of a planned relocation of 300 staff from Ultimo to Parramatta.
ABC’s flagship program 7.30 will start including the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander names for cities and towns for its audience.
Mr Porter is seeking to overturn three judgments and a suppression order in a case linked to his ABC defamation proceedings.
Australian Miami resident Joseph Waks told the ABC that he had not been able to reach friends who lived in the building.
On arrival in Sydney, Professor Julius Sumner Miller – host of the ABC science series Why Is It So – was asked to comment on the US space program.
The ABC’s streaming service is late to the party when it comes to asking for a login and offer recommendations and watchlists. That’s all about to change.
Retired media personality Mike Bailey, who became a household name delivering the nightly weather report for the ABC’s Sydney bulletin over a lengthy career with the public broadcaster, has died.
ABC chairman Ita Buttrose says the relocation of 300 staff from Ultimo to Parramatta will help the public broadcaster shake off its focus on inner cities.
SA Police said anything on display at the range was there to help simulate a “realistic training environment” and was not a reflection on the ABC.
ABC managing director David Anderson told a Senate estimates hearing the broadcaster agreed to pay $100,000 in mediation costs to Industry Minister Christian Porter’s lawyer.
Tensions between the ABC and the government have once again boiled over, despite Scott Morrison’s intentions to steer well clear of the ABC controversies his predecessors delighted in stoking.
The strongest ethical work cultures are those that are led by intelligent and informed leaders who welcome different viewpoints.
The ABC has asked for more funding to create local programs in its submission to a wide-ranging government paper discussing media reform.
ABC management has knocked back an upcoming Four Corners episode that focuses on Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
Christian Porter’s decision to abandon his defamation action can only be seen as a humiliating defeat, despite his claim of a “backdown” by the ABC.
Queensland Nationals MP George Christensen called on the government to take action against the ABC, saying it should start with its chairwoman, Ita Buttrose.
Jo Dyer, who succeeded in ousting Mr Porter’s barrister from his defamation case against the ABC, is contemplating her own defamation case against him.
Labor and the Greens have stepped up calls for a public inquiry into Christian Porter’s fitness to remain in office after the federal Liberal minister discontinued his defamation proceedings against […]
The ABC said no damages would be paid to the federal Liberal minister after he discontinued his defamation proceedings against the broadcaster.
Liberal Senator and former 7.30 journalist Sarah Henderson says the behaviour of some ABC employees on social media is undermining the public broadcaster’s independence.
Peter V’landys has the full support of Racing NSW as he prepares to appeal his loss in the Federal Court regarding the ABC’s Final Race expose.
Ed Husic’s comments, made on the ABC’s Q&A, are some of the strongest criticisms made by a Labor frontbencher of the border bans to date.
Federal Court Justice Tom Thawley said there was a risk of misuse of confidential information in ordering that Sue Chrysanthou SC be restrained from acting for the federal Liberal minister.