Pluralism or partisanship? Calibrating punditry on BBC2’s Politics Live.
What should pluralistic punditry look like in a multi-party parliamentary democracy? How should a state-owned broadcaster's flagship political show populate its panels before elections to guarantee balance between Left, Right and Centre, eliminate perceptions of bias, and maintain that most disputed measure of fairness: impartiality?
|Publication Date||Dec 31, 2019|
|Publisher||Bournemouth University. Centre for Comparative Politics and Media Research|
|Book Title||UK election analysis 2019: media, voters and the campaign: early reflections from leading academics|
|Chapter Number||Chapter 7, Section 65|
|Institution Citation||MORRISON, J. 2019. Pluralism or partisanship? Calibrating punditry on BBC2’s Politics Live. In Jackson, D., Thorsen, E., Lilleker, D. and Weidhase, N. (eds.) UK election analysis 2019: media, voters and the campaign: early reflections from leading academics. Bournemouth: Centre for Comparative Politics and Media Research [online], chapter 7, section 65, page 98. Available from: http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/33165/|
|Keywords||Political debates; Political campaigns; Media panels; Television panels; Election campaigns; United Kingdom|
MORRISON 2019 Pluralism or partisanship
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