One related to a complaint about joking and flirtatious interactions between a host and guest on TVNZ’s Breakfast show.
One related to a complaint over a segment on 7 Days which made a joke referring to a picture of Prince Philip, shortly after his death.
One relates to a complaint over a broadcaster publicity notice on 95bFM outlining the broadcasting standards complaints process, followed by a list of swear words. This was not upheld.
The Broadcasting Standards Authority (BSA) has upheld a complaint about the classification and scheduling of an episode of SAS Australia which screened on Bravo at 7. 30pm.
The Broadcasting Standards Authority (BSA) has found an exchange between stand-in Magic Talk host John Banks and a caller, including denigrating comments about Māori culture, breached broadcasting standards.
One relates to a complaint over a John Banks talkback discussion which breached broadcasting standards with denigrating comments about Māori culture. The recent decisions can be found here.
The Broadcasting Standards Authority (BSA) has not upheld a complaint about an item on Seven Sharp in which co-host Hilary Barry made comments about the safety of the COVID-19 Pfizer…