Company Overview of Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Australian Broadcasting Corporation primarily provides national television, radio, and digital media services to the broadcasting industry in Australia. Its radio networks consist of ABC Radio National, ABC Classic FM, triple j, ABC Local Radio, ABC Open, and ABC News Radio, as well as Double J, ABC Jazz, ABC Country, ABC Grandstand, and ABC Extra digital radio stations. The company also operates ABC TV, ABC2, ABC3, ABC Kids, and ABC3 television channels; ABC News 24, a news television network; iview, an online television service; and publishes and licenses magazines, books, and merchandise. In addition, it is involved in the DVD and digital distribution activities; provision of streaming se...
ABC Ultimo Centre
700 Harris Street
Ultimo, NSW 2007
Founded in 1932
Key Executives for Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Managing Director and Director
Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer
Chief Executive Officer of ABC International
Head of Operations Planning - Operations
Head of Research and Marketing
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Australian Broadcasting Corporation Key Developments
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation Launches ABC Arts Channel on iView'
Sep 22 15
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) has announced the launch of the ABC Arts channel exclusively on the iView online catch-up TV service. In September 2015, ABC Arts will showcase more than 70 titles and 35 hours of arts programming with new content to be added regularly.
The ABC to Close Brick and Mortar Shops and to Slash 300 Jobs
Jul 23 15
The ABC will close its brick and mortar shops and focus on online retail in a move that will slash 300 jobs. More than 50 ABC stores around the country will close, with the public broadcaster set to start ending leases with landlords. The change to an online shop front is in keeping with the changing retail environment. The company said it was no longer possible for it to sustain a large network of leased stores reliant on the sales of DVDs and CDS.
Suzanne Hudson Launches A Case of Unlawful Discrimination against the Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Jul 6 15
Suzanne Hudson, who is blind, has launched a case of unlawful discrimination against the Australian Broadcasting Corporation for their failure to provide audio description as part of their regular programming - a service that would make ABC TV accessible for the 350,000 Australians who are blind or have low vision. The Public Interest Advocacy Centre represents Ms. Hudson in her case, which will be heard in the Federal Circuit Court. Audio description is a second audio track that can be turned on and off. It describes the important visual elements of a television program - such as actions, scene changes, gestures and facial expressions - that a person who is blind or has low vision can't see. Ms. Hudson believes that by failing to make its television broadcasting service accessible for people who are blind or have low vision, the ABC has engaged in indirect discrimination.
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