David SalterSep 21, 20165 Comments
Branding and 'accidental' advertising have a long history at the ABC.
David SalterJun 27, 2016
Gerard Henderson has been spared the indignity of hearing his critics' replies.
David SalterJun 20, 20161 Comment
Henderson is far too quick to criticise, writes David Salter.
David SalterSep 22, 2015
Is it really an exclusive when there are no names or sources in the piece?
David SalterSep 16, 2015
The ABC's outgoing MD outlines an improbable reform agenda.
David SalterSep 4, 201510 Comments
By deciding not to recuse himself from the trade union royal commisison, Dyson Heydon is now vulnerable to union attacks.
David SalterAug 24, 2015
Pointless, pretentious throat-clearing. It is a truth universally acknowledged that the next columnist or critic who begins their piece with “It is a truth universall
David SalterAug 6, 201526 Comments
If the government gets its way and moves Q&A to the news division, Paul Barry should start updating his resume.
David SalterJul 13, 201512 Comments
Three blunders the ABC could've easily prevented during the fallout from Zaky Mallah's appearance on Q&A.
David SalterJun 26, 201518 Comments
The ABC has put "criminals" to air before, in a deft move in 1971. In that instance the government and right-wing papers lost their minds. But the ABC kept its cool.