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Phease and Mitchell and TV3 Network Services Ltd - 1997-140–143
1997-140–143

BEFORE THE BROADCASTING STANDARDS AUTHORITY Decision No: 1997-140 Decision No: 1997-141 Decision No: 1997-142 Decision No: 1997-143 Dated the 13th day of November 1996 IN THE MATTER of the Broadcasting Act 1989 AND IN THE MATTER of complaints by LYNN PHEASE of Putaruru and MARGARET MITCHELL of Tokoroa Broadcaster TV3 NETWORK SERVICES LIMITED S R Maling Chairperson L M Loates R McLeod J Withers...

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Christian Heritage Party and TV3 Network Services Ltd - 2000-024
2000-024

SummaryThe leader of the Future New Zealand Party, Anthony Walton, was interviewed on 3 News broadcast between 6. 00–7. 00pm on 18 November 1999. The interview was part of a series of interviews with party political leaders in the lead-up to the General Election. John Bryant, Executive Director of the Christian Heritage Party, complained to TV3 Network Services Ltd, the broadcaster, that it had failed to present a balanced programme because it had not included an interview with the Christian Heritage Party’s leader Mr Graham Capill. In its response, TV3 advised that formal complaints could only be made about items which had been broadcast, and not about material which had been omitted....

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Harang and TV3 Network Services Ltd - 2001-052
2001-052

ComplaintAmerican Sex – nudity and sexual activity – no educational value – sensational and offensive FindingsStandard G2 – AO rating – clear warning – broadcast at 9. 30pm – activity involved consenting adults – not gratuitous – majority – no uphold Standard G12 – not naturally accepted viewing times for children – no uphold This headnote does not form part of the decision. Summary An episode of American Sex was broadcast on TV3 between 9. 30 – 10. 30pm on Saturday 9 December 2000. The series was publicised as a light-hearted look at the American sex industry. Mr Harang complained to TV3 Network Services Ltd, the broadcaster, that as the programme included scenes of naked women and sexual activity, it was offensive and unsuitable for children. TV3 responded that American Sex screened an hour after the AO watershed and was preceded by a written and verbal warning....

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O'Dea and TV3 Network Services Ltd - 1993-004
1993-004

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Rosa and TV3 Network Services Ltd - 1992-029
1992-029

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PHARMAC and TV3 Network Services Ltd - 1996-007
1996-007

BEFORE THE BROADCASTING STANDARDS AUTHORITY Decision No: 1996-007 Dated the 18th day of January 1996 IN THE MATTER of the Broadcasting Act 1989 AND IN THE MATTER of a complaint by PHARMAC (Pharmaceutical Management Agency Ltd) Broadcaster TV3 NETWORK SERVICES LIMITED J M Potter Chairperson L M Loates R McLeod...

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Davenport and TV3 Network Services Ltd - 1996-092
1996-092

BEFORE THE BROADCASTING STANDARDS AUTHORITY Decision No: 1996-092 Dated the 22nd day of August 1996 IN THE MATTER of the Broadcasting Act 1989 AND IN THE MATTER of a complaint by MAIRE DAVENPORT of Auckland Broadcaster TV3 NETWORK SERVICES LIMITED J M Potter Chairperson L M Loates R McLeod A Martin...

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Hill and TV3 Network Services Ltd - 2000-123
2000-123

Complaint3 News – item about Parihaka commemoration – omission to provide full, accurate historical background – unbalanced FindingsStandard G14 – context – further historical information not required – no uphold This headnote does not form part of the decision. Summary An item about commemorative celebrations planned or held to mark significant dates for Parihaka descendants was broadcast on 3 News on TV3 at 6. 00pm on 25 March 2000. S R Hill complained to TV3 Network Services Ltd, the broadcaster, that the item did not provide full and accurate information about the history of Parihaka, and that it had been unbalanced and biased in favour of the Parihaka Maori as a result. TV3 responded that the modest amount of background material provided in the item was set out to explain the context of the events about which TV3 was reporting....

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Hooker and TV3 Network Services Ltd - 2001-227
2001-227

ComplaintManhattan on the Beach – promo – naked woman’s buttocks – inappropriate in G time slot – broadcaster upheld complaint that promo rated "Hard G" broadcast at inappropriate time – complainant insisted promo should be rated A0 FindingsPromo appropriate classified PGR – no upholdThis headnote does not form part of the decision. Summary [1] A promo for Manhattan on the Beach, a programme rated PGR, was broadcast by TV3 between 5. 30–6. 00pm on 24 July 2001. The promo included a fleeting close-up view of naked buttocks being wiggled at the camera. [2] Michael Hooker complained to TV3 Network Services Ltd, the broadcaster, that the promo should have been classified AO in view of the content....

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Binnie and TV3 Network Services Ltd - 2003-092
2003-092

Complaint3 News – item on initiation ceremony at girl’s school – violence – offensive – not in public interest – unsuitable for children FindingsStandard 1 and Guideline 1a – context – no uphold Standard 2 and Guideline 2d – lawful standard maintained – no uphold Standard 9 and Guideline 9a – interests of children considered – no uphold Standard 10 and Guideline10a – violence justified in context of item – no uphold This headnote does not form part of the decision. Summary [1] An item on 3 News broadcast by TV3 between 6. 00–7. 00pm on 8 May 2003, depicted a violent initiation ceremony, referred to as "hazing", at a girls’ school in the United States....

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Hooker and TV3 Network Services Ltd - 2002-043
2002-043

ComplaintPromo – Bitches and B*stards – offensive language – promo for AO rated programme screened at 8. 00pm – inappropriately classified FindingsStandard G2 – contextual matters – no uphold Standard G8 – promo appropriately classified – no uphold Standard G12 – taking into account classification and theme of programme in which promo screened – no uphold Standard G22 – see G8 – no uphold Standard G24 – no violent or explicit material – no uphold This headnote does not form part of the decision. Summary [1] A promo for the AO rated programme Bitches and B*stards was broadcast by TV3 at 8. 00pm on 15 November 2001, during the PGR rated programme Family Confidential. [2] Michael Hooker complained to TV3 Network Services Ltd, the broadcaster, that the broadcast of offensive language at that time was unacceptable and in breach of the broadcasting standards....

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Prime Minister (Rt Hon Helen Clark) and Munro and TV3 Network Services Ltd - ID 2002-213, 2002-214
ID 2002-213–214

Complaint3 News Special – interview with Prime Minister – canvassed allegations in "Seeds of Distrust" by Nicky Hager published that day – claimed that Government was aware of accidental distribution of GM contaminated seeds – unfair and unbalanced – ambush – disclosure applications from complainants and broadcaster. FindingsDisclosure Application Order made pursuant to s. 12 against broadcaster. Orders(i) Chronology(ii) Field tapes (iii) Affidavits relating to confidentiality agreement(iv) number and confirmation of person to whom source material returned to This headnote does not form part of the decision. INTERLOCUTORY DECISION The Background [1] Detailed claims from the book "Seeds of Destruction", written by Nicky Hager and published that day, were put to the Prime Minister by interviewer John Campbell during a 3 News Special broadcast at 7. 00pm on 10 July 2002. The interview had been recorded the previous day (9 July)....

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Smits and TV3 Network Services Ltd - 2001-207
2001-207

ComplaintSex and the City – fuck – offensive language – used by 13 year-old female characters FindingsStandard G2 – context – morality message – no uphold This headnote does not form part of the decision. Summary [1] A number of episodes of the series of Sex and the City have been screened by TV3 since 1999. The series deal with the lives and loves of four single women living in New York City. The episode broadcast at 9. 30pm on 7 August 2001 included instances of 13 year-old girl characters using the word "fuck". [2] Phillip Smits complained to TV3 Network Services Limited, the broadcaster, that three of the 13 year-old female characters used the words "fuck" and "fucking" on several occasions....

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Ritchie and TV3 Network Services Ltd - 1993-003
1993-003

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Harang and TV3 Network Services Ltd - 1993-105
1993-105

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