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Sunday item on ‘looming health crisis’ in engineered stone industry unbalanced, BSA finds

A Sunday item suggesting New Zealand was failing to address a “looming health crisis” in the engineered stone industry was unbalanced, the Broadcasting Standards Authority has found in a split…

Misleading claim over Posie Parker views breached accuracy standard

A discussion on Marae about freedom of expression, in the wake of Posie Parker’s New Zealand visit, breached the accuracy standard, the Broadcasting Standards Authority has found in a split…

Inaccurate statement about unions paying strikers breached broadcasting standards

A comment on Mike Hosking Breakfast about people on strike receiving full pay from unions was inaccurate and breached broadcasting standards, the Broadcasting Standards Authority has found.

BSA releases 5 decisions

These decisions can be found here.

Regulatory reform now urgent, Broadcasting Standards Authority says

Urgent and long-overdue reforms are needed to bring outdated laws and regulations into line with today’s broadcasting reality and ensure a sustainable media sector, the Broadcasting Standards Authority says.

BSA releases 8 decisions

The BSA has not upheld a complaint that a broadcast of RNZ’s Mediawatch, which discussed a Media Council decision over an article about puberty blockers, breached the balance, accuracy and…

BSA releases 3 decisions

These decisions can be found here.

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