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The BSA releases a decision under the Election Code Programme

The BSA has not upheld an accuracy complaint under the Election Programmes Code about a Labour Party election advertisement. The full decision can be read here.  

BSA upholds complaint from Ōwairaka activist that RNZ item misrepresented her views

The Broadcasting Standards Authority (BSA) has upheld a complaint from environmental activist Lisa Prager that an RNZ Checkpoint item misrepresented her position and was unfair to her.

The Authority released four decisions today

The Authority released four decisions today. Three of the complaints were not upheld. One complaint was upheld under the fairness and accuracy standards.

BSA releases an election programme decision

The BSA has released a decision on an election programme complaint about the Labour Party’s advertisement. The complaint was not upheld.  The full decision can be read here.

BSA highlights importance of data literacy following misleading comments by Mike Hosking on Italy’s COVID-19 deaths

The Broadcasting Standards Authority (BSA) has upheld a complaint that comments made by Mike Hosking about COVID-19 death rates in Italy were misleading, highlighting the importance of data literacy.

The Authority released seven decisions today

The Authority released seven decisions today. Two decisions upheld complaints under the accuracy standard.

BSA Announces New CEO - Glen Scanlon

The Board of the Broadcasting Standards Authority / Te Mana Whanonga Kaipāho has appointed Glen Scanlon to lead the organisation as its new Chief Executive.

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