Play School could be outsourced

Play School could be outsourced

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TV programs such as Playschool, At The Movies and Spicks and Specks could be outsourced as a cost cutting measure for the ABC. However The Age reports news programs won’t be affected.

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The Abbott government’s cost-cutting review of the ABC envisages a radical shake-up that would lead to the outsourcing of most television programs, including flagship shows such as Play School and At the Movies, to the private sector and a further centralisation of operations in Sydney.

Fairfax Media has been briefed on the confidential report and can reveal it has estimated the ABC would save a net $70 million by outsourcing all television production to the private sector.

On top of $90 million reaped by selling off production facilities, the proposal would save $400,000 each year. Implementation costs would be $20 million.

Read the full article by Matthew Knot here.

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