Incoming ABC chairman Justin Milne says he has deep respect for Malcolm Turnbull but his longstanding friendship with the Prime Minister will have "zero impact" on his role at the public broadcaster.
Mummy blogger Constance Hall's repertoire is about to expand even further after having secured a national two-hour slot on Austereo's Hit radio.
The Gold Logie winner will team up with Tommy Little to co-host a new hour-long afternoon radio show on the Hit Network.
Of the ABC's television coverage of New Year's Eve on Saturday night, let it be said: it could have been worse.
Dan Debuf and Maz Compton are moving on after a failed tilt at Sydney's difficult breakfast timeslot.
Eddie McGuire's Triple M Hot Breakfast has lost its Breakfast ratings crown in the final survey of the year.
"As musicians and music industry professionals, we are appalled by the decision," says an open letter from the group, directed at ABC head Michelle Guthrie.
Triple j unveiled their brand new Breakfast team, with Adelaide radio presenters Ben Harvey and Liam Stapleton taking over the hosting duties from comedian Matt Okine and long-time Triple J presenter Alex Dyson.
It'll be a busy year for Dan Bourchier in 2017, appointed presenter of ABC Canberra's nightly television news bulletin as well as presenter of 666 ABC's breakfast radio program.
The popular breakfast duo will host their last show on December 12.
A local version of improv classic Whose Line Is It Anyway? and Working Dog's Pacific Heat both produce their share of magic moments.
Outspoken broadcaster Alan Jones will be forced off-air indefinitely to have major back surgery, sparking concerns by colleagues over his recent run of ill health.
It was steady as she goes in Melbourne radio in the latest ratings survey.
Radio 2GB has scored an unbeaten century at the top of Sydney radio by recording its 100th consecutive ratings success - an unprecedented winning streak that stretches back to a time before Malcolm Turnbull was in parliament, Steve Smith was playing first-class cricket or anyone had heard of Kim Kardashian.
A curious thing has happened this election cycle: the Howard Stern effect. A deluge of news reports have centered on old interviews that the radio host conducted with Donald Trump over the years; the two often had on-air raunchy conversations, featuring Trump bragging about his sex life and rating women.
People think they know what they want. But as Smooth FM's success shows, that's not always true.
Unlike the former American football player, it was The People v. O. J. Simpson that cleaned up at the 68th annual Emmy Awards.
Tim Verlinden said he has no plans rekindle his romance with Gogan now that Strahan has chosen Alex Nation.
Update: The petition authors, who took aim at Triple J's Hottest 100 date, have announced that they will continue to keep the petition going until the ABC youth station makes clear its plans for an alternative date in the future.
James Lord, 23, of Melbourne is an avid fan of Hamish and Andy's radio show and thought for sure he could call them out if ever chosen for their prank segment. Little did he realise that the joke was on him, but how he handled it made him a legend in his heroes' eyes.
The media team for the ACT Emergency Services Agency is becoming the place to go for former Drive presenters on Mix 106.3.
The ABC is not supposed to care about ratings, but they'll be relieved at the latest radio numbers anyway, with FM station Triple J even beating big-name commercial stations.
They were a married couple in Love my Way; now the two popular actors are back on screen together as doctors. Is love in the air again? Wyllie is saying nothing.
Pretending to tell the truth under the gaze of Lee Mack and David Mitchell should replace the law system.
TV audiences can take their pick of new creative riches thanks to the surge in original output from Netflix and other streaming media.