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More about "your ABC"...

Scott Burchill, Senior Lecturer in International Relations at Deakin University, raises an important question:

"Q: How do you get a job at the ABC?

A: Beccome a prominent public critic of the organisation, a la Albrectsen, Bolt, Henderson, Windschuttle, Akerman,Blair, Salusinszky, etc, etc,

What other organisation - media or otherwise - permits its employees to be its chief public critics?"

Meanwhile, Matthew Ricketson, media editor for The Age, in his piece in his newspaper under the headline "Need for a change a mystery" critically challenges what might have driven these newly announced changes at the ABC.


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