With 250 jobs to go and numerous programs to be axed, what does a federal government funding shortfall and a five-year digital plan mean for the ABC and its audience?
Nine admits it was "not ideal" to interview a grieving 14-year-old live on the Today show. Rappler CEO Maria Ressa talks to Media Watch about press freedom in the Philippines and her fight to stay out of jail. Bauer Media exits Australia, selling its magazine titles to private equity firm Mercury Capital for a $500 million loss.
Exclusive interview with a former ACT attorney-general, lawyer Bernard Collaery, who’s at the centre of a secret trial the media can’t cover. Racial slurs, ugly mistakes and whitewashed panels. Reporting of BLM protests exposes a lack of diverse voices in the Australian media. And the NT government bans news website NT Independent because of an anti-ALP Facebook page run by its owner.
The animals of Woodsley's Farm help Oliver and his little sister June stagea rendition of "A Christmas Carol" to shock their Dad into embracing the spirit of the holidays.
The mobile unit is sent to New York City to fill in for the local Odd Squad agents, who are on strike as they don't like what's being served for lunch.