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ABC Alumni rallying 'those who care about public broadcasting'

Thursday 28 February, 2019

The newly formed ABC Alumni group met this evening in a gathering scheduled some weeks ago.

Future of Public Interest Journalism inquiry report released: Detailed analysis

Wednesday 14 February, 2018

The Senate inquiry into the Future of Public Interest Journalism has reported its finding this week.
The committee made seven recommendations about funding and supporting good journalism, but did not make any recommendations about internet giants Facebook and Google.

Community radio producing more local content and diversity than other stations CBAA tells Senate Inquiry

Tuesday 22 August, 2017
Community Broadcasting Association CEO Jon Bisset has told the Senate Inquiry into Public Interest Journalism, "community radio is producing more local content compared to other sectors... we play more local music and support a greater diversity."

"With the likely reduction of media ownership, community services are going to get more important as time goes on."

Fairfax takeover bids, where would they leave radio?

Thursday 18 May, 2017

TPG’s first offer for Fairfax Media was rejected, but the second bid is now being taken seriously by investors. A slightly higher bid by Hellman & Friedman is now also on the table.

TPG is an American investment fund, that has combined with other investors, most notably a Canadian teachers pension fund, offering first 95 cents per share, and now increasing the offer to $1.20 per share. Hellman & Friedman has offered 2-5 cents more per share.

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