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Local Radio is "the spine of the ABC" says Mark Scott

Friday 30 May, 2014

In the Senate Estimates Hearing this week, ABC MD Mark Scott told Senator O’Niell that “Local Radio is the spine of what we do” and explained the role of the ABC service to the community.
 

The public don’t think we’re overfunded, they think we’re good value: Mark Scott

Wednesday 14 May, 2014


ABC Managing Director Mark Scott has appeared on Raphael Epstein’s Drive program on ABC774 Melbourne, to respond to the cuts imposed on the ABC in last night’s budget.

He explained how the cuts were not foreshadowed before the election and that the result of budget cuts will be a reduction in services and content.

He also commented on how the ABC had been using savings to increase efficiency, the importance of the now cut Australian Network, and the importance of a fully functioning ABC to the community.

Cuts will result in redundancies and a reduction of services: ABC's Mark Scott

Tuesday 13 May, 2014

Despite repeated commitments from the government before and after the election that funding for the ABC would be maintained, $120m worth of cut sfrom the national broadcasters budget over the next four years have been announced in the Federal Government’s May budget release.

Operational funding cuts of close to $40m over four years will come on top of the termination of the $220 million contract to deliver the international broadcasting service, Australia Network - we’ll have more on that later today.

​Leek of the Weak

Thursday 28 November, 2013

Not all leaks are created equal. Opinion from Peter Saxon

Soon after it revealed the leak from Edward Snowden that Australia has been intercepting the private phone calls of the Indonesian President and his wife, the ABC itself fell victim to its own ineptitude when it inadvertently released details of salaries to a senator in South Australia whose staffer then leaked it to the Murdoch press which gleefully published the details.

ABC boss eats a red hot chilli pepper for money

Tuesday 22 October, 2013
This morning triple j’s Tom and Alex took on a whole bunch of challenges and dares to raise money for the refugee crisis in Syria.

Among other things, they managed to get the MD of the ABC, Mark Scott to eat a chilli live on air.

UK comedian Mark Watson read the weather like the Count from Sesame Street.

For a whopping $1000 donation, Bendigo will now be included in the weather report.

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