The ABC is still struggling to get its story straight on why it handed thousands of pages of internal government documents back to bureaucrats rather than share the contents with Australians.
The ABC's head of editorial policies Alan Sunderland has tried to calm staff discontent over recent editorial missteps with an internal email and video today assuring them it's business as usual at the national broadcaster.
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.
George Brandis doesn't like seeing the term 'occupied' used to refer to East Jerusalem. Where does that leave the nation's journalists? Australia's major media organisations are split on the issue.
The ABC plans to revamp its campaign coverage at next year's federal election following heavy criticism of the media's performance during the 2010 campaign.