Terry Lane is a broadcaster and writer. He is best known for his time on ABC radio, first on local radio in Melbourne, Sydney, Newcastle, and Hobart, and then with his program, The National Interest, on Radio National and Radio Australia. He wrote a weekly opinion column for the Melbourne Herald from 1987 to 1989, at which time he moved to the Sunday Age, for which he wrote until his retirement in 2007. He now writes a weekly page on digital imaging for the Livewire technology supplement of The Age.
He is the author of eight books, including three novels. Two of his novels are available for free download in the Kindle format – Hecticand Tit for Tat.
He was a founding member of Free Speech Victoria and was secretary of FSV until it ceased to exist in 2008.