Associate Professor Gail Phillips teaches and researches in the area of broadcast journalism. She spent fourteen years working in both commercial and public sector radio at local and national levels.
Her experience in national programming includes executive producer of ABC Radio National Breakfast, and executive producer for the 1994 Boyer Lecture series featuring Kerry Stokes.
From 1994 to 1996 she managed 720 ABC Perth, the ABCs Perth metropolitan station. She has co-authored two books: Australian Broadcast Journalism (2002, 2006), and Journalism Ethics at Work (2005).
Her areas of research interest include talkback radio, broadcast journalism, online journalism, journalism ethics, and broadcasting policy. She was chief investigator in the Australia Research Council linkage project ‘Production challenges in the on-line learning environment’ (2001–2005) and lead researcher of the five university Reporting Diversity project team, funded by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship to examine how the Australian media report on cultural diversity (2005–2009).
Gail’s email address is firstname.lastname@example.org