Crikey readers respond to the government's proposed migration rate "quick fix", and the call for independence by the ABC.
Don't turn that dial -- it is the right channel.
Remember when Tony Abbott promised no cuts to the ABC? "No cuts" turned out to mean $101 million worth of cuts.
The ABC has been at the centre of a political tug-of-war for decades, writes freelance journalist Andrei Ghoukassian.
The ABC is eliminating 50 positions but creating 52 more in its regional newsrooms.
Foreign coverage is expensive. From fixers to freelancers, former foreign news editor and academic Colleen Murrell tells Crikey how Australian media organisations are trying to make it less so.
The ABC slams the unions ... Michael Danby is again unopposed ... Ian Macdonald says old journos should get off his lawn ...
Lyndal Curtis is the latest big name to leave the ABC, and other staff were informed on Wednesday if they are in line for a redundancy.
The ABC is pitting ABC staff members against each other to defend their jobs in a completely unfun version of musical chairs. The union says that is both cruel and unusual -- and that there is a better way.