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Nov 24, One of the ABC's flagship rural programs, Bush Telegraph, has been axed as the national broadcaster deals with more thanmillion in funding cuts. Dec 01, Melbourne.’ Further, the ABC’s Charter clearly states that its role is to ‘provide within Australia innovative and comprehensive broadcasting services of a high standard’.
The proposed decision to end production of the national Bush Telegraph program would appear both incongruous with the new ‘Regional Division’ initiative and failing. Oct 24, More than jobs lost in Bathurst free tree removal calgary Devonport but growers quotas have not been cut. Welcome to ABC Radio National. ABC Radio National Bush Telegraph. Search RN. Program Home.
Nov 27, Radio National is decommissioning the Bush Telegraph program, which has been produced for the past 15 years by the ABC Rural Department.
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Several staff will lose their jobs. ABC Rural online is a digital space to tap the national debate about food, fibre and minerals production. Over kms, Bush Telegraph ventures into the heart of the Kimberley. Find out more. Jan 25, Bush Telegraph, 13th December Summary published: 25th January Complaint: An ABC Radio National listener challenged the accuracy of an interview in which it was stated that donated money was being diverted to the Japanese whaling program.
May 09, ABC MANAGING DIRECTOR MARK SCOTT undertook the unenviable task last week of wielding the axe to meet the Abbott Government’s cut to the broadcaster’s funding. Government cutbacks to Australia’s publicly funded broadcasters – the ABC and SBS – total A million over five years.
The lion’s share ( million) is coming from the ABC. Jun 12, These cuts include: eight state editions of flagship current affairs program; the Bush Telegraph radio show; the closure of five regional radio posts; radio news bulletins being halved; and. Bush Telegraph was a radio program on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's Radio National network, broadcast weekdays (Monday-Friday) at am, presenting stories from rural and regional Australia.
It ran from 23 April until 19 December