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Broadcasting Standards Authority and Sean Plunket

Broadcasting Standards Authority media release 13 October 2017


Media Release

13 October 2017

Statement from Sean Plunket

In the interests of the smooth running of the Broadcasting Standards Authority I have chosen to resign my position as a member of the BSA Board. I wish the Board well in its important work in ensuring that the broadcast media in this country adhere to practices which do not harm society in general or individuals in particular.

Statement from Peter Radich, Chair – BSA

Sean Plunket is an experienced journalist and broadcaster whose contributions are part of the recent fabric of broadcasting. We respect Sean’s decision to resign from his position on the Board in the best interests of the Authority.

We wish him well for the future.

ENDS

ABOUT THE BROADCASTING STANDARDS AUTHORITY
The Broadcasting Standards Authority is an independent Crown entity that oversees the broadcasting standards regime in New Zealand. We do this by determining complaints that broadcasts have breached standards, by doing research and also by providing information about broadcasting standards.
The Authority members are Peter Radich (Chair), Te Raumawhitu Kupenga and Paula Rose.
For more information see our website: www.bsa.govt.nz.


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