Myriam RobinOct 11, 20161 Comment
A judge has ruled that an ABC report might have included the imputation that the Nauruan Justice Minister had something to do with his wife's death. He will be permitted to refile an additional two imputations of defamation.
Josh TaylorJul 22, 2016
The ABC's sensational February report into David Adeang and the death of his wife is being challenged in court.
Myriam RobinFeb 9, 201610 Comments
The ABC reported a five-year-old had been raped on Nauru. That turned out to be false -- so how did the ABC get it so wrong?
Stephen MayneFeb 4, 20165 Comments
Even our top political journalists and programs fail to cover this most important governance issue.
CrikeyMar 4, 20151 Comment
Emma Alberici admits she doesn't watch Lateline when Tony Jones is hosting. And other media tidbits of the day.
CrikeyFeb 23, 20154 Comments
Where is the Immigration Secretary going? He doesn't know ... Q and A and Lateline to clash ... how to fix leaks with an esky ...
Myriam RobinNov 24, 201419 Comments
The state editions of 7.30 are going, Classic FM will record fewer concerts, and other ways the ABC hopes to save money.
Myriam RobinNov 24, 201422 Comments
One in 10 ABC staff will be shown the door, and though Lateline was saved, state 7.30 reports will be axed.
Myriam RobinNov 18, 20141 Comment
Andrew Bolt crunches the numbers on our climate-obsessed journos. And other media tidbits of the day.
Eric BeecherOct 20, 201436 Comments
Why does the ABC exist in 2014? Crikey's chairman says some tough questions have to be asked before we can debate funding cuts to the public broadcaster.