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Oosterbroek and Television New Zealand Ltd - 2008-102
2008-102

Fanny Hill promo. Promo containing adult themes broadcast during news and G programme. Programme classification and children’s interests, upheld. Good taste and decency, subsumed. Order ($2,000 costs to Crown).

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Harrison and Television New Zealand Ltd - 2008-066
2008-066

Ugly Betty promo. Classified G but contained sexual themes. Good taste and decency, subsumed. Programme classification, upheld. Children’s interests, upheld. No order.

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Smith and Television New Zealand Ltd - 2008-018
2008-018

Criminal Minds promo. Promo for episode about serial killer. Violence, subsumed. Children’s interests, programme classification, upheld. No order.

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Livesey and TelstraClear Ltd - 2007-092
2007-092

9 Songs. Explicit scenes. Content classification, warning and filtering, and good taste and decency. Upheld. No order.

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Shieffelbien and RadioWorks Ltd - 2007-102
2007-102

The Edge: “Win Dom’s Money”. Prank call. Social responsibility. Upheld. Order (broadcast of statement).

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Regional Public Health, Hutt Valley District Health Board and The Radio Network Ltd - 2007-030
2007-030

ZM Breakfast. Presenter’s birthday celebrations. Liquor, social responsibility. Upheld. Order (broadcast of statement).

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Vandenberg and CanWest RadioWorks Ltd - 2007-004
2007-004

The Rock: "Do Stuff to Jimmy" segment. Upheld (social responsibility). Subsumed (law and order). Order (broadcast of statement).

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Owen and Television New Zealand Ltd - 2006-055
2006-055

Frontseat. Clip from A Clockwork Orange. Programme classification (majority), children's interests (majority), upheld. No order.

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McNaughton and Prime Television New Zealand Ltd - 2005-109
2005-109

A Thing Called Love promo. Programme classification, upheld. Classification and timeband. Good taste and decency, children's interests, not upheld. No order.

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Fletcher and Television New Zealand Ltd - 2005-119
2005-119

Desperate Housewives promo. Programme classification, upheld. Children's interests, not upheld. No order.

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Henderson and CanWest TVWorks Ltd - 2004-173
2004-173

Sex in the City promos. Classification, upheld (one promo). Good taste and decency, law and order, children's interests, not upheld. No order.

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McCarthy and TV3 Network Services Ltd - 2004-056, 2004-057
2004-056–057

The Mummy Returns promo. Classification, children's interests. Upheld in part (compliance with classification band). No order.

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Woods and Television New Zealand Ltd - 2004-058
2004-058

Bootylicious promo. Good taste and decency, classification, children's interests. Upheld in part (compliance with classification band). No order.

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Transportation Auckland Corporation Limited (Stagecoach) and The Radio Network Ltd - 2003-095, 2003-096
2003-095–96

91ZM Countdown: Drive Show. In comments about bus rage, presenter advised passengers to damage buses. Allegedly breached law and order and responsible programming (children's interests) standards. Upheld by broadcaster but action taken insufficient. Order (broadcast of statement including the words "reckless, irresponsible and inappropriate").

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Kelcher and Prime Television New Zealand Ltd - 2003-018, 2003-019
2003-018–019

Maximum Exposure – International Fight Club. Clips of violent behaviour. Upheld (action taken insufficient: law and order, programme classification, violence); upheld (good taste and decency; children's interests). Not upheld (fairness). Order (broadcast of statement).

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Watkins and The RadioWorks Ltd - 2002-121–127
2002-121–€“127

The Rock. Morning broadcasts included offensive language and behaviour. Upheld: 3 broadcasts (good taste and decency); 1 broadcast ( responsible programming); 2 broadcasts (action taken insufficient). Not upheld: 1 broadcast (law and order, responsible programming); 1 broadcast (good taste and decency, responsible programming). Orders (total costs of $3,000 to Crown).

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Williams and CanWest Radio NZ Ltd - 2002-052
2002-052

Channel Z. Competition about method of waking up another person. Offensive behaviour described. Upheld (good taste and decency, responsible programming: children's interests). Orders (broadcast of approved statement, $2,000 costs to Crown).

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Bannatyne and The RadioWorks Ltd - 2002-055
2002-055

The Edge. Listeners asked to call station mid-afternoon on topic of sex. Upheld (social responsibility: effect on children). Not upheld (good taste and decency).  No order.

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Dodds and The RadioWorks Ltd - 2002-025
2002-025

The Rock: Morning Rumble. Competition about the worst things that had ever happened to you when drinking included story about drunk youth who was sexually abused and the abuse photographed. Upheld (good taste and decency, social responsibility). Order ($2,500 costs to Crown).

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Hatton and Television New Zealand Ltd - 2002-010
2002-010

New Rulers of the World promo. Promo for John Pilger documentary contained an answer to a question that was a response to another unrelated question. Action taken insufficient. Upheld (fairness, responsible programming). Order (broadcast of approved statement).

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