A cameraman for the ABC's Insiders program is "awake and talking" after fainting during a live interview with Bill Shorten, with Aussie Diamonds coach Lisa Alexander on set to give first aid assistance.
The ABC is in talks with the CPSU public sector union, which first revealed employees had been underpaid.
An ABC statement said a detailed review was underway to confirm how penalties, allowances and loadings should have been calculated and applied in the cases of some 2,500 staff.
After another interesting and sometimes surprising year, 7.30 host Leigh Sales picks her favourite and most memorable interviews of 2018.
The radio station decided in 2017 to no longer hold the poll on Australia Day amid increasing debate about its meaning for Indigenous Australians — but the change has not been without controversy.
People think investigative journalism is about receiving brown envelopes in the mail or encrypted text messages with a story laid out, but the reality is very different, according to Head of ABC Investigations Jo Puccini.
The resignation comes around two months after the departure of both ABC chairman Justin Milne and managing director Michelle Guthrie.
Justin Milne says it would be "disadvantageous" to name the past and present staff members he spoke to prior to the sacking of managing director Michelle Guthrie.
A parliamentary committee will today confront former ABC managing director Michelle Guthrie and former chairman Justin Milne about allegations of political interference in the public broadcaster, as the pair step up their attacks on each other in written submissions to the inquiry.
Former ABC managing director Michelle Guthrie receives a payout of more than $800,000 after being terminated by the national broadcaster, and is suing for more.