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  • Australian Democrats Press Releases Senator John Cherry Democrats Senator for Queensland Australian Democrats spokesperson for Communications Dated: 13 September 2004 Press Release Number: 04/899 Portfolio: Communications Major Parties Have Failed the ABC The Australian Broadcasting Corporation is Australias most important cultural institution, and an integral part of our democracy, according
    Date: 13/09/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/J2RD6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Australian Democrats Press Releases Senator John Cherry Democrats Senator for Queensland Australian Democrats spokesperson for Communications Dated: 16 March 2004 Press Release Number: 04/184 Portfolio: Communications Cash-strapped ABC forced to spend $195,000 on Alston political vendetta Australian Democrats Communications Spokesperson Senator John Cherry said, in response to a Question on
    Date: 16/03/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/QSXB6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Communications spokesperson th 7 March 2004 MEDIA RELEASE 04/141 Howard ABC funding forcing negative cutback mentality The failure of the Howard Government to adequately fund the ABC is forcing ABC management to spend too much time considering radical cut backs like axing Radio National rather
    Date: 07/03/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/ZCVB6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Communications Spokesperson th 19 November, 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/828 $200m windfall from radio licences could fund ABC rejuvenation The expected $200 million windfall from the final round of commercial radio licence auctions this year could fund a huge ABC rejuvenation program, according to the Australian
    Date: 19/11/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/BKXA6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Spokesperson for Communications th 15 August 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/588 ABC must have the Budget to fulfil its Charter The Australian Democrats have called for an independent assessment to determine whether the Australian Broadcasting Corporation has a sufficient budget to fulfil its Charter obligations. Democrats’
    Date: 15/08/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/FB5A6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Communications spokesperson Australian Democrats th August 13 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/584 Senate calls on Minister Alston to apologise to ABC Independent Complaints Panel The Senate has voted to support a Democrat motion calling on Communications Minister Richard Alston to apologise to the members of the ABC Independent
    Date: 13/08/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/1C4A6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Spokesperson for Communications th 4 August, 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/561 Lack of ABC funding a national disgrace The severe cuts to the ABC announced today highlight the real scandal of this Government’s treatment of the nation’s most important cultural institution, according to the Australian Democrats
    Date: 04/08/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/6D1A6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Communications Spokesperson July 21, 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/523 Minister must stop bullying the ABC Minister Richard Alston should end his bullying of the ABC after the Complaints Review Executive found no substance to his complaints of political bias in the reporting of the Iraqi war,
    Date: 21/07/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/O8X96 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Communications Spokesperson RD JUNE 23 , 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/450 Democrats to pursue fairer deal for ABC, community broadcasters The Government’s offer to fund the expansion of News Radio broadcasts to regional Australia is a “hopelessly inadequate” response to the need to improve the ABC’s
    Date: 23/06/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/C0P96 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Communications spokesperson Australian Democrats June 6, 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/415 ABC Board to be commended for resisting Alston bullying The ABC Board’s response to Communications Minister Richard Alston’s broadside on so-called bias is to be commended and shows that the ABC has sound complaints procedures that go
    Date: 06/06/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/SGK96 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Spokesperson for Communications th 29 May, 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/ 382 Would Minister Alston really try to block supply? The Australian Democrats have slammed Minister Alston’s clumsy and savage attempt to intimidate and censor the ABC. Democrats’ Communications spokesperson, Senator John Cherry, said Minister Alston’s
    Date: 29/05/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/HGI96 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Communications Spokesperson May 26, 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/364 ABC closure of multi-channels shows Government failure to back quality children’s television The announcement that the ABC will close its two digital channels for children highlights the failure of the Howard Government to back quality television productions
    Date: 26/05/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/G1G96 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Communications spokesperson th 14 May, 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/309 ABC “held to ransom” on media ownership laws The Federal Government has refused every single one of the ABC’s proposed new initiatives in its triennium funding. It appears any new funding for the ABC seems to
    Date: 14/05/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/Z3C96 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Communications Spokesperson th 17 January, 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/ 24 ABC Funding The Australian Democrats today urged the Federal Government to grant the ABC the modest increase in funding requested in its submission for triennial funding for 2003-2006. Democrats’ Communications spokesperson Senator John Cherry said,
    Date: 17/01/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/TSB86 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Communications Spokesperson January 14, 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/17 ABC Board needs ‘expert’ broadcaster not political hack The ABC Board vacancy created by the retirement of Liberal heavyweight Michael Kroger next month should be filled by an expert in broadcasting if the Government is to comply
    Date: 14/01/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/KZA86 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

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