Queensland Liberal senator James McGrath says the ABC's property portfolio is worth more than $500 million and should be sold, with offices moved away from "inner-city latte lines".
ABC Chair Ita Buttrose arrives at the Commonwealth Parliamentary Offices in Sydney for a meeting with Prime Minister Scott Morrison, with the pair expected to discuss a range of topics including last week's AFP raids on the ABC.
John Lyons spent nine hours in a room with six AFP officers — who were unfailingly polite and respectful — but who were doing something he believed attacked the very essence of journalism.
This Sunday, Insiders will farewell Barrie Cassidy, who has hosted the program since it first went to air in 2001. But not before he pays tribute to a "great friend".
The Sky News political editor will take over the morning political discussion program in 2020, the ABC confirms in the wake of reports surfacing last month David Speers would replace outgoing host Barrie Cassidy.
The ABC is set to face $84 million in budget cuts in the coming years, but the broadcaster's new chair, Ita Buttrose, says there are "many ways" of achieving savings without job losses.
Outgoing Insiders host Barrie Cassidy effectively confirms Sky News political editor David Speers will be taking over the reins of the Sunday morning political discussion program he created almost 18 years ago, saying "he'll be there eventually".
With TV rights deals set to be reined in, how does the FFA improve its reach sufficiently to convince Fox Sports — or an alternative platform — it is "marquee"? writes Richard Hinds.
An attempt by Channel Seven to claim a tax rebate by listing its reality wedding show Bride and Prejudice as a documentary work is knocked back.