October 28th, 2010
The Managing Director of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Mark Scott, has defended the organisation’s growth in online services. There has been public criticism of the ABC’s expansion into online opinion with sites such as The Drum, the comment and analysis portal on the ABC’s website.
But Mr Scott told a Senate committee the website was meeting a community need. He said there was nothing wrong with operating in the same space as commercial competitors. “We have operated in radio for 80 years side by side with commercial broadcasters, television for 50 years with commercial broadcasters and in online content for nearly 15 years or so – representing a relatively small investment compared to our radio and television,” he said.
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