The ABC's 2018-19 corporate plan reveals Guthrie and co are pushing ahead full steam with the "transition to digital".
The ABC is rolling out a new staff recognition system in the hopes of bolstering the 83% of employees who reportedly feel undervalued.
A managerialist and low-profile ABC board isn't helping the national broadcaster defend itself from a government determined to keep attacking it.
Crikey readers debate the stand Michelle Guthrie has taken for the ABC, and pile onto David "The Dinosaur" Murray.
Michelle Guthrie has finally squared in the ABC's fight against recent political onslaughts, but some colleagues are wondering why she's so late to the party.
Crikey readers respond to speculation on leadership at the ABC, and demand the names of those who knew of live export cruelty.
Is Michelle Guthrie's non-journalist credentials holding her back? Does the ABC need a seasoned reporter to steer it in the right direction? Crikey took the question to prominent media insiders to find out.
Michelle Guthrie has pledged to oppose further cuts to the ABC's budget, telling government that they would do well to remember what the broadcaster means to voters. And other media tidbits of the day.
Like many big legacy media companies, the ABC is grappling with disruption, but with one major difference.
An internal memo obtained by Crikey illustrates the national broadcaster's plan to tighten up its act when it comes to calling politicians the c-word.