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Bushfire coverage doesn’t mean much when it comes to cuts and culture wars

Bushfire coverage doesn’t mean much when it comes to cuts and culture wars

Despite its widely praised coverage of the recent catastrophic bushfires, the ABC is still staring down the barrel of $85 million in budget cuts.

When Scotty met Ita: the burning issues for the ABC

When Scotty met Ita: the burning issues for the ABC

What was on the agenda when Scott Morrison sat down with Ita Buttrose to discuss the ABC's future?

Facing the wasteland of Australian arts

Facing the wasteland of Australian arts

When artists can’t survive in a place making the art they want to make, they leave for a place where they can. 

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

A brutal shake up at the ABC, we're buying nor backing the argument for corporate tax cuts, and more pain on its way for the big banks.

Another 20,000 words on the Trinity Grammar haircut?

Another 20,000 words on the Trinity Grammar haircut?

Crikey readers respond to the media's coverage of the Trinity Grammar haircut, plus the ongoing war with the ABC.

ABC cuts … journalist body-slammed … Brandis throws shade at Crikey …

ABC cuts … journalist body-slammed … Brandis throws shade at Crikey …

Senior staff from ABC radio face the chop. And other media tidbits of the day.

More BBC on the ABC: full news division cuts revealed

More BBC on the ABC: full news division cuts revealed

Don't turn that dial -- it is the right channel.

Does Mitch Fifield still want to privatise the ABC?

Does Mitch Fifield still want to privatise the ABC?

What does the new Communications Minister mean for Australia's public broadcasters?

How to cover international news without paying (much) for it

How to cover international news without paying (much) for it

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.

In the shadow of redundancies, ABC staff set to work for a new year

In the shadow of redundancies, ABC staff set to work for a new year

Redundancy pools are painful but necessary, says the ABC's head of people, arguing there was no other way to fairly terminate staff as the ABC ramps up for 2015.