The national broadcaster’s management has finally condemned the racist abuse directed at their high-profile presenter and apologised too him, but it has come far too late.
Then-CNN anchor Don Lemon speaks during a Democratic presidential debate in Detroit on July 31, 2019.
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Since the 1980s, cable news networks have focused on hyperpartisan news coverage to attract core audiences in an increasingly fragmented media market.
An estimated 3.5 million Americans viewed the first televised World Series at bars, restaurants and storefronts.
Just five days before the first pitch of the 1947 World Series, a deal was struck to air the Series on television.
Doctor Who episodes missing from the BBC archives have been recovered from Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong and Africa.
One of the national broadcaster’s most urgent challenges will be ensuing its journalists feel management has their backs.
He’s been awarded Father of the Year – but there is a darker side to this character we need to talk about.
The national broadcaster has a special role in preserving audio and visual materials, not least to underpin its own reportuing
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ABC funding is not registering as an election issue even though it will drop in real terms over the next three years.
Our study found high levels of trust in media reports – but that trust can be eroded by fact-checking. Journalists need to rethink the way they report political stories.
Brittany Higgins and Grace Tame at the National Press Club last month.
Australia’s political economy was built on the primacy of (white) male labor, male power and male control, writes Julianne Schultz. Women have changed this culture - but still risk abuse when speaking out.
The ABC’s decision to force viewers to create accounts to watch shows online raises concerns over privacy.
The end of the controversial indexation freeze and retention of the news gathering program do not make up for the massive cuts already inflicted on the national broadcasters.
For a leader with something of a fetish about having things under control, Scott Morrison is in a painful place. Just now, it seems, very little is controllable.
University of Canberra Professional Fellow Michelle Grattan and University of Canberra Associate Professor Caroline Fisher discuss the week in politics
The ABC is at a critical point in its history. Yet another parliamentary inquiry into its processes is not as straightforward as it seems.
Liberal Senator Andrew Bragg has triggered another fight between the government and the ABC by initiating a senate enquiry into the ABC’s complaints process
Contrary to what some think, US public broadcasters are well-funded. Public radio stations bring in US$1.3 billion in annual revenue – most of it generated from their audience.
The industry minister resigned his position after refusing to seek and disclose the names of an anonymous donor to his recent legal costs.
Christian Porter’s ministerial future is again on the line, with Scott Morrison seeking advice on whether his receiving money for his legal bills from a “blind trust” breaches the ministerial standards code.
Serious allegations cannot just be left swinging in the breeze as ‘unproven’ when the initiating process that hangs them out there is your own investigation.