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Flat White

If the ABC reforms itself, would you watch it?

Kim ‘the Renaissance man’ Williams has promised to fix the national broadcaster

25 March 2024

10:09 PM

25 March 2024

10:09 PM

After decades of denial, the ABC has finally picked up a mirror and taken a good long look at itself. The nauseating bias and relentless promotion of fringe left-wing activism may finally be coming to an end.

Cause for hope arose during an interview with ABC Chair Kim Williams, who has been given the unenviable task of reviving a wounded brand.

Two weeks into the job, Mr Williams lit a fire under ABC staff, roasting them for past behaviour that has pushed all but the most devout ideologues away from the publicly funded network.

‘If you don’t want to reflect a view that...

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