From sackings to political scandals, funding cuts to good old-fashioned cock-ups, the national broadcaster didn't have a great one.
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.
Good morning, early birds. Adani has announced plans for the imminent construction of a scaled-back version of its Carmichael coal mine, Justin Milne and Michelle Guthrie renew their public stoush, and students in Sydney and Melbourne are expected to stage a walk-out in protest of climate change inaction. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Acting managing director David Anderson has come out strongly against political interference in the ABC.
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?
On Thursday afternoon, news broke that Guthrie was indeed proceeding with a claim against the ABC. Just what are her options?
Colleagues have praised departing ABC radio exec Michael Mason, but whoever replaces him is walking into a political maelstrom.
For most media organisations, responding to complaints is a business necessity. For the ABC, it's a means by which the government can exert control.