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ABC Chair, Ita Buttrose, calls for press freedom reforms

The ABC Chair, Ita Buttrose, has called for stronger press freedoms in Australia and greater protections for public interest journalism.

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Explainer: What does a Labor government mean for the ABC?

After nine years of coalition rule, a new Labor government could spell a drastically different future for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC).

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How election results can impact PSM

Election results in France and Slovenia could have big implications for PSM; as could forthcoming elections.

Sunny, Korra and Bexx from youth-led LGBTQIA+ program '(in)visible', ABCQueer.

ABCQueer: Australia’s public broadcaster representing marginalised groups

ABCQueer is the Australian public broadcaster's innovative, dedicated channel for representing young LGBTQIA+ Australians.

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Explainer: ABC funding freeze reversed

ABC's funding freeze reversal has been met with both approval and criticism. We unpack the decision, the reactions, and its importance.

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2022 Elections and Public Media: Australia

The Australian election is due to take place later this year. But what does this election mean for public media?

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Digital “preparedness is vital” – ABC’s Social Media Wellbeing Advisor

Journalists often face barrages of online abuse. PMA spoke with ABC's social media wellbeing advisor who assists journalists going through it.

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Under attack ABC sticks up for public media values

ABC sticks to its values in the face of attacks from a Murdoch-dominated media landscape and the federal government.  

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PMA commends ABC’s outgoing News Director for commitment to public media

From general elections and raging wildfires to a global pandemic, Gaven Morris has overseen some of the ABC's most important stories.

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SBS Australia’s language services review underway 

SBS has commenced its regular review of its language services, kicking the process off with a six-week public consultation.