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A managerialist and low-profile ABC board isn't helping the national broadcaster defend itself from a government determined to keep attacking it.
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Free TV Australia's submission to the ABC and SBS inquiry is a whine of truly mammoth proportions.
For years, community television stations, which act as training grounds and talent incubators, have been limping by on last-minute licence extensions. But they can't hold out forever.
Seven has already weathered much criticism for its Joyce/Campion interview, which drew disappointing audience numbers. Now there are rumours that they're chasing a follow-up.
Should we all just shut it about the ABC when the broadcaster is under attack by from the government? Why not just give that embattled corporation a break? Well ...
If Channel Seven can't juggle its program scheduling effectively, the Barnaby Joyce interview could actually end up being a colossal waste of money.