Want to have your say about broadcasting standards in New Zealand?The Broadcasting Standards Authority is inviting public submissions on its new draft codes of broadcasting practice.
Today we have published two pieces of research: the results of our 2015 Litmus Testing which looked at a particular aspect of the accuracy standard – the distinction between fact...
Yesterday we released 11 new decisions. The BSA upheld one complaint, did not uphold eight complaints, and declined to determine two complaints.
The BSA recently released 10 new decisions. None of these were upheld, with an equal number of decisions relating to radio and free-to-air TV broadcasts.
Today we released seven new decisions. The BSA upheld one complaint, declined to uphold four complaints, and declined to determine two complaints.
Today we released research into how New Zealand's children engage with media today – conducted independently by Colmar Brunton for the Broadcasting Standards Authority and NZ On Air.
Today we released 11 new decisions. Of these decisions, seven were in relation to complaints about programmes on free-to-air TV and four were in relation to radio broadcasts.