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Anderson and top ABC executives accept a pay cut

Thursday 21 May, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced ABC managing director, David Anderson, and other executives to take a pay cut.
 
According to the SMH, Mr Anderson told staff in an email Wednesday that, by his own request, he will not only take a 5 per cent pay cut, but will also reject a planned 2 per cent pay increase, and that the reduction will remain in place until September.

ABC keeps the arts alive at home for all Australians

Friday 01 May, 2020

With the lights out in theatres and concert halls due to COVID-19, the ABC is bringing the best of the arts home to all Australians with performances by our leading arts and music companies, alongside new radio programs and arts documentaries. 

Applications open for $100,000 Heywire Youth Innovation Grants

Tuesday 14 April, 2020

Regional communities are being encouraged to apply for funding from the Foundation for Regional and Rural Renewal (FRRR) to kick start projects developed at the 2020 ABC Heywire Regional Youth Summit, held in Canberra earlier in the year.
 
More than 50 young people from across Australia came together at the summit to generate ideas aimed at making regional Australia an even better place to live for younger Australians.
 

ABC Grandstand kicks on for sports lovers

Thursday 09 April, 2020

In response to the suspension of live sport, ABC Grandstand has introduced a range of new radio programs to keep sports fans entertained and up-to-date. 
 
The Head of ABC Sport, Nick Morris, said there was still a huge interest in quality, engaging sports content.  “We can’t replace live sport, but we can give sports fans a place to go where they can get involved in sport conversations and keep informed of the latest sport news.”
 

ABC Radio moves to inform, entertain and educate in the COVID19 crisis

Thursday 02 April, 2020

The ABC's Managing Director David Anderson has outlined how the national broadcaster is keeping the nation informed, educated and entertained in response to COVID-19.

“Clearly, the challenge for the ABC is to continue providing the essential broadcast and digital services all Australians expect of us,” he said.

triple j’s special edition Ausmusic T-Shirt Day

Tuesday 31 March, 2020

Live gigs and festivals are being cancelled around the world, so to help support artists, triple j is holding a special edition of their annual Ausmusic T-Shirt Day on Friday 17 April.
 
Plus, they’ll be playing Australian music all day across the ABC’s networks including triple j, Double J, triple j Unearthed, ABC Radio, ABC Country, ABC Classic and ABC Jazz.
 

Vale John (Martin) Royal

Tuesday 31 March, 2020

Former ABC newsreader, soccer and public affairs commentator John (Martin) Royal passed away on the weekend aged 99, at Baptcare’s Karana nursing home in Kew.
 
John came to Australia at the end of WWII, joined the ABC, adopting the onair name of Martin as there was already a John Royal working in the Melbourne studios.
 
He went on to become one of the country’s most respected news readers and program presenters, first on radio, and later, from 1955, on TV.
 

Adventures of a Radio Technician

Monday 30 March, 2020

When Stanley John Bancroft constructed his first crystal set as a young teenager in the 1920’s, it sparked a fascination with radio that lasted a lifetime.
 
Beginning with the PMG as a Junior Mechanic in Training and with an interest in radio, Stanley got his first job in broadcasting with 2CY, Canberra in 1938, to set up the parliamentary broadcasts.
 
 
 

Roy and HG blindside the ABC with a return

Friday 13 March, 2020

When too much sport is barely enough, the ABC has announced that Rampaging Roy Slaven (John Doyle) and H.G. Nelson (Greig Pickhaver) will be on the radio just in time for the footy season, to present Bludging on the Blindside.

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