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Protecting children from harmful content: new research reveals the biggest upsets and how to deal with them

A new study has underlined the importance of safeguards to protect children from harmful content on television and the internet.

BSA finds tennis promo not in breach of broadcasting standards

The Broadcasting Standards Authority has not upheld two complaints about a promo for the ASB Women’s Classic tennis competition which screened on Sky Sport in January 2020.

BSA finds the University of Otago treated unfairly in broadcasts about sexual assault allegations

The Broadcasting Standards Authority (BSA) has found that items on TVNZ’s Breakfast and 1 News were unfair to the University of Otago, in breach of the fairness broadcasting standard.

BSA says thank you and haere rā to outgoing Chief Executive Belinda Moffat

The Broadcasting Standards Authority has announced the resignation of Chief Executive Belinda Moffat.

New Safeguards Launch Today on Free-To-Air Television

From today, Kiwi TV viewers will notice a change to the safeguards on their screens.

Broadcasting standards safeguards for children watching television during alert level restrictions

Broadcasting standards safeguards for children watching television during alert level restrictions As the country prepares to move to alert level 3, with a large number of children continuing to learn from…

BSA finds Mike Hosking comments on immigration policy were protected by free speech

The Broadcasting Standards Authority (BSA) has found that comments made by Mike Hosking in 2019 about two immigration policy decisions did not breach broadcasting standards.

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