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We have published the results of this year’s Broadcaster and Complainants Satisfaction Surveys.
The Authority has released a new decision today, upholding a complaint by Horowhenua District Council about a segment on The Long Lunch with Wendyl Nissen on RadioLIVE.
The Broadcasting Standards Authority has found an interview between Wendyl Nissen and Horowhenua District Councillor Ross Campbell was unbalanced, misleading and unfair.
The Broadcasting Standards Authority (BSA) has today released research which explores how depictions of nudity on screen in different scenarios may impact or harm children and young people.
We have published the results of two research projects considering nudity on screen: Literature Review: Impacts on Children and Young People of Exposure to Nudity on Television and other Media, 2019...
The Broadcasting Standards Authority (BSA) has found that RNZ’s programming change on the morning of 17 March 2019, following the 15 March 2019 mosque attacks in Christchurch, did not breach...