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Statements by PM Tony Abbott and some of his associates that the ABC is not barracking for the 'home team' and is 'un-Australian' presumably prepare the ground for funding and program cuts.
by Klaas Woldring - 16/04/2014 - 39 comments
If the ABC's business model is as flawed as it appears, how will it withstand an efficiency dividend?
by Barry Spinks - 15/04/2014 - 11 comments
From sassy blogs to shout-y commercial radio stations, Australia's right-wing media organs aren't shy when it comes to promoting socially conservative and/or free market values.
by Ben-Peter Terpstra - 14/03/2014 - 7 comments
The disappearance of the mango was actually its dramatic reappearance online, in the simulated world of cyberspace.
Yet once governments interfere and jingoism rears its head we are on a slippery slope.
by Patricia Edgar - 18/02/2014 - 45 comments
Using the risk perception factors above, environmental advocates are able to dramatize the risks: 'if it scares, it airs'.
by Martin Nicholson - 14/02/2014 - 34 comments
The 'good' world war of 1939-45 provides a bottomless ethical bath in which the west's 'peacetime' conquests are cleansed.
by John Pilger - 14/02/2014 - 9 comments
In democracies, nominal or otherwise, governments still demand a degree of compliance from their state broadcaster.
by Binoy Kampmark - 10/02/2014 - 28 comments
The ABC does provide a differing perspective from most commercial media, the diversity of which should be welcome, provided that perspective is presented in a balanced and genuinely informative manner.
by Max Rheese - 4/02/2014 - 29 comments
Keating himself would sort of stutter into life like a World War II bi-plane, and then he would be off, fascinating the crowd with coruscating loops and double back-flips.
by Randal Stewart - 4/02/2014 - 6 comments
Research indicates that the typical ABC journalist's political beliefs are well to the left of the general population. A recent survey found that over 40% support the Greens.
by Jai Martinkovits - 31/01/2014 - 96 comments
In some ways, the internet has democratized political campaigning, in that the internet has diminished the fundamental advantage that major political parties enjoy.
by James Page - 15/01/2014 - 7 comments

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