Natasha Exelby’s on air blooper had everyone having a good chuckle except for the ABC who appear to have punished the talented newsreader.
- Sportsbet open a market on what the ABC will ban next.
- Jokes on air pays $6.00.
Online bookmaker sportsbet.com.au has now opened a betting market on what other questionable decisions the national broadcaster could make next including banning jokes on air at $6.00.
Scrapping their News 24 channel pays $9.00 while News anchors being given the boot altogether is a $101 chance.
Pauline Hanson announcing she banned the ABC due to their Exelby response pays $51!
“It seems everyone was laughing except the ABC and the fun police there, who knows what other things they could ban next, jokes look value to be honest,’’ said sportsbet.com.au’s Will Byrne.
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What will the ABC ban next
$5.00 Radio presenters that miss their cues
$6.00 Jokes on air
$7.50 Audience calls on radio
$7.50 International live crossovers
$8.00 One Nation stories that are positive
$9.00 ABC News 24 channel
$11 The weather reader
$11 Alan Kohler’s economics chat
$34 Local live crossovers
$34 Leigh Sales
$51 The sports section
$101 News anchors altogether
$51 Pauline Hanson to announce she banned the ABC because the Exelby blooper response
$101 The budget to include further funding cuts in response to the handling of the Natasha Exelby blooper
$101 ABC to be privatised before 2019
$251 Electric zappers to be added to ABC news reader chairs in 2017
$251 Peppa the pig to become the permanent ABC news presenter in 2017