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Their ABC: no so trusted anymore

20 October 2021

12:10 PM

20 October 2021

12:10 PM

The ABC is in the headlines on almost a weekly basis for issues of its own making.

The crises keep adding up, from the 4 Corners vendettas into Christian Porter, Scott Morrison’s Qanon links and the Fox News special, to the error-ridden Ghost Fire and Juanita Nielsen: A Family Mystery documentaries, to its activist use of social media and its dubious and bureaucratic complaints process.

The ABC will often fend off legitimate criticism and calls for reform, by pointing out how regular published trust surveys rank them one of the most trusted brands in the country.

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