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Q&A comes to Radio Alive 2017 conference

Thursday 10 August, 2017

Successful discussion panel program Q&A will headline Radio Alive 2017, the radio industry’s annual national conference in Melbourne on 13 October. 

ABC supports NAIDOC Week

Friday 30 June, 2017

The ABC is supporting NAIDOC Week from 2 -9 July, celebrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island culture, history and people.

Nine ABC Radio managers gone

Thursday 25 May, 2017

New content positions created as Guthrie's strategy implemented

It was in March the ABC announced a significant restructure, cutting up to 200 jobs to create a $50 million Content Fund and new positions in regional areas as part the ABC's Investing in Audiences strategy 

Vale Mark Colvin

Thursday 11 May, 2017
The ABC has lost one of it's most respected journalists, Mark Colvin.

He died aged 65 after struggling for more than 20 years with a rare disease affecting the bloodstream that he contracted while covering the Rwandan genocide.

His award-winning career with the ABC spanned more than four decades, and for the last 20 years he was a familiar voice as the presenter of ABC radio's current affairs program PM.

His family issued a statement shared by the ABC.

Join in the Australian content conversation

Wednesday 03 May, 2017

The Australian Communications and Media Authority is holding its inaugural Australian content conversation conference on 16–17 May at the Sydney International Conference Centre.

More than 50 speakers from the major TV networks, key local production houses, online content providers Google and YouTube, and Australian and international government representatives will feature in a series of panels and networking sessions over the two days.

ABC Radio to celebrate gardening legend's milestone

Wednesday 29 March, 2017

Peter Cundall, considered a National Living Treasure and Tasmanian gardening legend, will have his 90th birthday in April, and to celebrate ABC Radio Hobart is hosting ‘Pete’s Picnic’ at the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens on Sunday 2 April.

ABC Radio Hobart’s Weekends program will broadcast live across Tasmania from Pete’s Picnic (#PetesPicnic), as Presenter and long-time Gardening Talkback co-host Chris Wisbey, looks back on some of Cundall’s greatest achievements throughout his career.

ABC Radio middle management still in the dark about job cuts

Wednesday 22 March, 2017

It's been over two weeks since ABC Managing Director Michelle Guthrie publicly announced wide ranging staff cuts within the ranks of the government broadcaster.

Ms Guthrie flagged that up to 200 jobs, mainly in middle management, would go. However it is still unclear exactly who is in the firing line.

ABC cuts upto 200 jobs

Tuesday 07 March, 2017

The ABC has announced a significant restructure, cutting up to 200 jobs to create a $50 million Content Fund and new positions in regional areas.

Managing director Michelle Guthrie has announced the ABC will cut management positions by an average of 20 percent across the organisation. Other positions will go as part of an attempt to reduce duplication in support roles.

Up to 200 staff will leave the ABC by June this year as a result of moves to reduce management, cut support roles and remove duplication, she said.

Shortwave radio: 'They will get their information broadcast from China'

Friday 24 February, 2017

It was on January 31st the ABC ended its shortwave transmission service in the Northern Territory and to international audiences.

'This rush to digital platforms is very premature'

Thursday 23 February, 2017
A broad group of community organisations has protested outside the ABC studios in Sydney today as the ABC board met.
 
The groups are concerned the ABC is failing to meet its charter obligations and senior management is genuinely not listening to staff or responding to the needs of its audience.

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