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LEAKED: it’s her ABC

LEAKED: it’s her ABC

The ABC was so impressed with Virginia "eyeroll" Trioli's feat of speed and endurance, she's been seconded to the entertainment division.

Media briefs: Greste on war and journalism … craggy-faced women … SMH questions Baird …

Media briefs: Greste on war and journalism … craggy-faced women … SMH questions Baird …

Could Australia tolerate a crabby-faced woman on its TV screens, asks Virginia Trioli. And other media tidbits of the day.

ABC aims for <em>AM</em> glory days after Trioli reversal

ABC aims for AM glory days after Trioli reversal

A sudden backflip has upended the pieces on the ABC's current affairs chess board. But most have welcomed political head Chris Uhlmann taking over AM after Virginia Trioli withdrew.

Media briefs: Trioli to <em>AM</em> … Morrison’s work … Jihadi mystery …

Media briefs: Trioli to AM … Morrison’s work … Jihadi mystery …

More movement at the ABC as Trioli returns to radio. And other media tidbits.

Life as a brekkie TV star

Life as a brekkie TV star

ABC News Breakfast presenters Virginia Trioli and Michael Rowland give the inside scoop on working on breakfast TV at the ABC. Think 3am alarm clocks but "no orange-faced guy from Los Angeles telling you about J-Lo's butt implants."

The Trioli Awards

The Trioli Awards

Crikey honours ABC2 host Virginia Trioli's finger-twirling candour with a new award for public waffle.

Joyce fights back: I’m not crazy — the ETS is mad!

Joyce fights back: I’m not crazy — the ETS is mad!

After Virginia Trioli made the international sign of crazy at Barnaby Joyce, Joyce has come out swinging, explaining why the ETS is more insane than him. Why? Because it will raise milkshake prices.

Why Hu does not spell Hicks

Why Hu does not spell Hicks

In issue 19 of his Media Watch Dog, Gerard Henderson takes on media commentary on the Stern Hu case, misspelling and errors of history.

ABC launch goes for bloke

ABC launch goes for bloke

One thing to emerge from last night's launch of the ABC's 2008 schedule is that it's now a very male network, writes Glenn Dyer.