Is the ABC’s reputation in trouble?
The ABC has started the year fighting off accusations of racism, unlawful dismissal and a failure to protect journalists from outside attacks.
The case of Antoniette Lattouf’s sacking, a description which the ABC denies, has ignited a debate about the broadcaster’s editorial policies, its coverage of the war in the Middle East and its vulnerability to external lobbying and pressure.
So, are the policies, the reporters, or the leaders to blame for the ABC’s problems?
Today, associate editor of The Saturday Paper Martin McKenzie-Murray, on the generational divide emerging at the national broadcaster.
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Guest: Associate editor of The Saturday Paper, Martin McKenzie-Murray