Does the ABC, or the Murdoch or Fairfax press, or any other Australian news media outlet, for that matter, have a discernible political or philosophical bias? Is it possible for journalists to be truly objective: neutral, detached, and leaving every skerrick of his or her personal baggage behind? Bias, it seems, in the eye of the beholder. A panel of experts discuss perceptions of bias in the Australian media with Paul Barclay. Recorded at the Noosa Long Weekend Festival.
Tom Switzer - journalist, former Australian editor of 'The Spectator' magazine research associate, US Studies Centre
Dr John Harrison - academic, University of Queensland, School of Journalism and Communication
Sharri Markson - journalist, Media Editor, 'The Australian' newspaper
Dr Andrew Dodd - journalist, academic, Swinburne University of Technology
Producer - Paul Barclay