ABC audiences aren't keen on change, which they have proved again by giving the national broadcaster’s sweeping revamp of its radio schedule another thumbs down, reviving the Conservative Party's argument that reform of the ABC is urgently needed.
ABC metropolitan stations across the country lost audience in the latest survey except in Brisbane. But even there, it's meagre rise of only one-tenth of a per cent to 7.3 per cent, left it in seventh place in the market, far behind its commercial competitors.
South Australian Senate candidate Rikki Lambert has told FIVEaa, Conservative Party policy is to merge the ABC and SBS, consolidate both into two national TV and two national radio networks and save taxpayers more than $1 billion every year.
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