Research for 2019
Annual Report 2019

The Annual Report 2019 outlines the Authority's key achievements over the past year and details progress against long term outcomes and objectives.

Complainants Satisfaction Survey 2019

Executive Summary: Complainants Satisfaction Survey 2019 [PDF]  The complainants’ satisfaction survey asks complainants who have had a complaint determined by the Broadcasting Standards Authority (BSA) in the period from 1 April…

Broadcaster Satisfaction Survey 2019

Full Report:  Broadcaster Satisfaction Survey 2019 [PDF]  Each year, we survey broadcasters to find out their level of satisfaction with our processes, services and working relationships.

Literature Review: Impacts On Children And Young People Of Exposure To Nudity On Television And Other Media, 2019

Download PDF of full reportDownload PDF summary of full reportDate published: July 2019 Researchers: The Collaborative for Research and Training in Youth Health and Development (The Collaborative Trust)   OverviewThe BSA commissioned research to explore…

Litmus Testing, 2019

This year’s Litmus Testing research reports on what the public thinks about some of the BSA’s recent decisions on nudity on screen.

Public Awareness Survey 2019

Download PDF Date published: July 2019 Research Company: UMR Research Ltd   IntroductionEvery two years the Broadcasting Standards Authority (BSA) commissions a survey to measure the percentage of New Zealanders who are aware of the BSA,…

External review of decisions 2019 - Discrimination and denigration standard

Download PDF Date published: July 2019 Reviewer: Sylvia Bell, Research Fellow and Human Rights Law specialist Scope The BSA invited Sylvia Bell, Human Rights Law specialist, to undertake an independent review of five decisions issued…

Statement of Performance Expectations 2020

This Statement of Performance Expectations (SPE) is presented to the House of Representatives in accordance with the Crown Entities Act 2004.

Resource For Broadcasters After 15 March Attacks

We recognise the issues and challenges facing broadcasters with respect to reporting on the 15 March attacks, the pending trial and associated matters.