The BSA has not upheld a complaint that a Newshub Live item on Tāme Iti correcting the spelling of his name on an artwork breached broadcasting standards.
Broadcasting complaints have taken on a new level of vehemence reflecting a growing polarisation around big issues such as COVID-19, the Broadcasting Standards Authority says.
The BSA has not upheld an accuracy complaint about an item on TVNZ Breakfast misstating how much plastic waste New Zealand exports each year.
The Broadcasting Standards Authority (BSA) has welcomed the announcement that legislation will be developed to support commercial bargaining over the use of, and payment for, news media content online.
The BSA has declined to uphold a complaint about a news item demonstrating sustainable period products, which included the use of red-tinted liquid.
We’ve released 4 decisions.
One relates to a good taste and decency complaint over comments by hosts on The Project describing Taika Waititi and Chris Hemsworth as ‘hot’, with reference to seeing ‘the full…