Is there still a place for objectivity in journalism? Should that have ever been an expectation? We examine current examples of bias in the media and analyze attempts at neutrality in reporting with a panel of journalism experts. Should newspapers be allowed to endorse political candidate? And what will journalism look like after this year’s presidential race ends?  Emory University professor Hank Klibanoff, Kennesaw State University professor Carolyn Carlson, Creative Loafing reporter Rodney Carmichael, and editor Dan Whisenhunt join us to discuss this topic.

We also sit down with Judy Woodruff,  one of the many prominent journalists who got their start in Georgia. After an illustrious career in broadcasting, she's now the co-anchor and managing editor of the PBS NewsHour. And next month, Woodruff will be among those inducted into the Atlanta Press Club Hall of Fame. We speak with her about the state of journalism today, including how the non-stop news cycle emphasizes speed over accuracy.