More Australians turned to the ABC’s coverage of the 2015 Federal Budget than any other network, with the national broadcaster delivering news and analysis across television, radio, online and mobile. ABC television coverage reached 2.5 million viewers across metro and regional markets. ABC News Digital received 1.1 million visitors (up […]Read more ›
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The 2015 Federal Budget will be released on Tuesday May 12 and the ABC has the most comprehensive independent coverage on TV, radio, online and on mobile. We’ll have the first interviews with Treasurer Joe Hockey and Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen as well as the best analysis and expert commentary […]Read more ›
To coincide with 2015 World Mental Health Day on October 10, the ABC will again focus a week of programming on mental health and illness and lead discussion, debate and community awareness on an issue that affects many Australians. As with last year’s successful initiative, ABC Mental As will offer […]Read more ›
ABC managing director Mark Scott has announced that ABC will appeal its audience to make donations to the earthquake hit Nepal through its broadcasts and programs . Beginning now and with the main appeal day on Friday, through broadcasts and programs across the ABC, we will be sending out this […]Read more ›
One of Australia’s most experienced foreign correspondents, Philip Williams, has been appointed to the newly created position of ABC News Chief Foreign Correspondent. Williams, who is currently on assignment in Gallipoli, will finish his posting as Europe Correspondent and London Bureau Chief after next month’s UK election and take a […]Read more ›
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) has opened a major new doorway linking China with Australia and in doing so becomes the first mainstream western media organisation to launch a Chinese registered web portal. The Prime Minister, Tony Abbott, has congratulated the ABC on its achievement, saying “the potential for Australia’s […]Read more ›