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The Broadcasting Standards Authority Chief Executive Susan Freeman-Greene is leaving the organisation after three years to lead a professional body.  She will depart in the new year.

Broadcasting Standards Authority Chair Peter Radich says "Susan has been an excellent CEO and leaves us with our appreciation for what she has done for the BSA. We wish her well in her new position as CEO of a substantial non-Government non-profit organisation".

We have begun a process of recruitment for this role. If you would like to apply, or know someone that would like to apply for the role as our Chief Executive, please read the advertisement below.

Today we released thirteen new decisions. The BSA declined to determine one complaint and did not uphold any of the others.

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We have released two new decisions. One of these is an election complaint decision, under the Election Programmes Code . The other is a decision about Campbell Live items on the Ranfurly Village Hospital. This decision has been upheld on the accuracy and fairness standards.

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Today we released five decisions. None of these were upheld. See our media releases on two of these decisions.

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Today we have released our first election complaint decision, under the Election Programmes Code. The complaint about a National Party advertisement was not upheld.