At 130 metres tall, the transmission tower perched atop kunanyi/Mount Wellington watches over the Hobart CBD from the mountain's summit. Over the years, the state's tallest structure has been a source of both fascination and anger.
The ABC board is advertising for a new managing director to replace Michelle Guthrie, even though a new ABC chair is yet to be appointed and Ms Guthrie is still challenging her dismissal.
At first listen it sounds just like any other radio network. But this tiny station broadcasts exclusively to the cells of 80,000 prisoners — and it's "really powerful" stuff.
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.
The resignation comes around two months after the departure of both ABC chairman Justin Milne and managing director Michelle Guthrie.
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.
Michelle Guthrie's sacking took everyone by surprise, but it was only the first twist in what has become a tumultuous week for the ABC. This is how it unfolded.
Former prime minister Paul Keating slams Nine's takeover of Fairfax in a vitriolic statement warning it will undermine independent, quality journalism, while the Federal Government welcomes the deal.
SBS Managing Director Michael Ebeid is leaving the public broadcaster after seven years at the helm, describing his decision as "one of the most difficult decisions" he has ever made.