The Milne-Guthrie ABC stoush shows no signs of abating, after the two were called to give evidence before a senate inquiry into ABC interference.
Crikey readers discuss the ABC leadership fallout, plus Labor's diminishing push for intelligence agency oversight.
Monday's Four Corners report on the Michelle Guthrie-Justin Milne ABC leadership saga included claims of inappropriate behaviour from Milne. What's the next step?
The entire process of appointing the ABC managing director is flawed, constantly risking a poor appointment to a demanding job.
On Thursday afternoon, news broke that Guthrie was indeed proceeding with a claim against the ABC. Just what are her options?
As long as Mitch Fifield has his job, and the current board is appointed by him, there will be a clear view to minimise the ABC.
The Turnbull government's abandonment of formal processes for communicating with the ABC always looked likely to come back and bite it. They should've taken cues from Honest John.
The facts around this week's events at the ABC are being obscured by self-serving claims that shouldn't be allowed to gain currency.