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Group Opposed to Advertising of Liquor and Television New Zealand Ltd - 1993-173
1993-173

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McIntosh and Television New Zealand Ltd - 1992-030
1992-030

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Auckland Women's Health Council Inc and Television New Zealand Ltd - 1992-059
1992-059

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Group Against Liquor Advertising and Television New Zealand Ltd - 1996-050
1996-050

BEFORE THE BROADCASTING STANDARDS AUTHORITY Decision No: 1996-050 Dated the 16th day of May 1996 IN THE MATTER of the Broadcasting Act 1989 AND IN THE MATTER of a complaint by GALA Broadcaster TELEVISION NEW ZEALAND LIMITED J M Potter Chairperson L M Loates R McLeod A Martin...

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Blue and Television New Zealand Ltd - 2011-045
2011-045

Complaint under section 8(1B)(b)(i) of the Broadcasting Act 1989Hooked in New Zealand – host and other competitors in a fishing competition shown drinking beer and shots of sambuca – allegedly in breach of law and order and liquor standards FindingsStandard 11 (liquor) – programme contained liquor promotion but it was not socially irresponsible – not upheld Standard 2 (law and order) – programme did not glamorise, promote or condone illegal behaviour – not upheld This headnote does not form part of the decision. Broadcast [1] An episode of Hooked in New Zealand, a locally made fishing programme, was broadcast on TV One at 1. 30pm on Sunday 13 February 2011. In this episode, the host and his friend entered the “Cleanco Classic” 24-hour fishing competition on Great Barrier Island. As the contestants gathered for the fishing competition, a number of the other fishermen were shown holding bottles of beer....

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Group Opposed to Advertising of Liquor and Canterbury Television Ltd - 1993-008
1993-008

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Turner (on behalf of the Group Opposed to Advertising of Liquor) and Television New Zealand Ltd - 1990-008
1990-008

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Group Opposed to Advertising of Liquor and Television New Zealand Ltd - 1993-140
1993-140

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Group Opposed to Advertising of Liquor and TV3 Network Services Ltd - 1992-033
1992-033

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Group Against Liquor Advertising and Television New Zealand Ltd - 1997-012
1997-012

BEFORE THE BROADCASTING STANDARDS AUTHORITY Decision No: 1997-012 Dated the 13th day of February 1997 IN THE MATTER of the Broadcasting Act 1989 AND IN THE MATTER of a complaint by GALA Broadcaster TELEVISION NEW ZEALAND LIMITED J M Potter Chairperson L M Loates R McLeod A Martin...

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Group Opposed to Advertising of Liquor and Canterbury Television Ltd - 1993-069
1993-069

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Group Opposed to Advertising of Liquor and TV3 Network Services Ltd - 1993-157, 1993-158
1993-157–158

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Group Opposed to Advertising of Liquor and Television New Zealand Ltd - 1991-040
1991-040

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Group Opposed to Advertising of Liquor and Canterbury Television Ltd - 1994-110
1994-110

BEFORE THE BROADCASTING STANDARDS AUTHORITY Decision No: 110/94 Dated the 7th day of November 1994 IN THE MATTER of the Broadcasting Act 1989 AND IN THE MATTER of a complaint by GROUP OPPOSED TO ADVERTISING OF LIQUOR Broadcaster CANTERBURY TELEVISION LIMITED I W Gallaway Chairperson J R Morris L M Loates W J Fraser...

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Group Opposed to Advertising of Liquor and Television New Zealand Ltd - 1994-005
1994-005

Summary The Steinlager Finest Tries competition was broadcast on One World of Sport at about 5. 55pm on 25 September 1993. Entrants were required to rank the five tries screened in order of skill. The Secretary of the Group Opposed to Advertising of Liquor (GOAL), Mr Turner, complained to Television New Zealand Ltd that the broadcast breached a number of standards in the Codes applicable to liquor promotion and liquor advertising. In particular, he alleged that the three verbal and seven visual references to "Steinlager" during the item breached the prohibition on the saturation of liquor promotion. On the basis that the item contained sponsorship credits which were incidental to the focus on the rugby, TVNZ declined to uphold the complaint. Dissatisfied with TVNZ's decision, Mr Turner on GOAL's behalf referred the saturation aspect of the complaint to the Broadcasting Standards Authority under s....

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Group Opposed to Advertising of Liquor and Television New Zealand Ltd - 1994-122
1994-122

BEFORE THE BROADCASTING STANDARDS AUTHORITY Decision No: 122/94 Dated the 1st day of December 1994 IN THE MATTER of the Broadcasting Act 1989 AND IN THE MATTER of a complaint by GROUP OPPOSED TO ADVERTISING OF LIQUOR Broadcaster TELEVISION NEW ZEALAND LIMITED I W Gallaway Chairperson J R Morris L M Loates W J Fraser...

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Group Against Liquor Advertising and Television New Zealand Ltd - 1999-153
1999-153

Summary Twenty four references to liquor were included in Super Liquor Sportsnight which was broadcast on TVOne between 10. 30–11. 30pm on 5 July 1999. On behalf of the Group Against Liquor Advertising (GALA), the Complaints Secretary (Cliff Turner) complained to Television New Zealand Ltd, the broadcaster, that the broadcast contravened the guideline which set a limit of references to liquor in an hour long programme to 20. Accordingly, he wrote, the broadcast breached the standard which required that the saturation of liquor promotions be avoided. Acknowledging that 24 liquor promotions had been broadcast, at least in some regions, TVNZ upheld the complaint. Nevertheless as some of the references were brief and would not have given the impression that liquor promotions were preponderant, TVNZ declined to take any further action....

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Growth Through Moderation Society Inc and Television New Zealand Ltd - 1992-057
1992-057

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Group Opposed to Advertising of Liquor and Canterbury Television Ltd - 1994-049
1994-049

BEFORE THE BROADCASTING STANDARDS AUTHORITY Decision No: 49/94 Dated the 30th day of June 1994 IN THE MATTER of the Broadcasting Act 1989 AND IN THE MATTER of a complaint by GROUP OPPOSED TO ADVERTISING OF LIQUOR of Hamilton Broadcaster CANTERBURY TELEVISION LI MI TE D I. W. Gallaway Chairperson J. R. Morris R. A. Barraclough L. M. Dawson...

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Group Opposed to Advertising of Liquor and Canterbury Television Ltd - 1994-010
1994-010

SummaryWelcome to Canterbury, a programme broadcast by CTV at 9. 00am on 10 August 1993,provided tourist information about some aspects of life in Canterbury and referred to anumber of local business enterprises. The Secretary of the Group Opposed to Advertising of Liquor (GOAL), Mr Turner,complained to Canterbury Television Ltd that advertisements for eight liquor outletsduring the programme of about 30 minutes constituted saturation advertising. Moreover, as four of the advertisements appeared consecutively, that amounted toanother breach of the standards. By broadcasting liquor advertisements at 9. 00am, GOALcontinued, the programme breached the ASA Code for Advertising Liquor. Arguing that the programme lasted 57 minutes – not 30 – and that the components werenot liquor advertisements, CTV denied that any of the standards had been breached. Dissatisfied with CTV's decision, GOAL referred the saturation aspect of the complaint tothe Broadcasting Standards Authority under s. 8(1)(a) of the Broadcasting Act 1989....

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