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Content Regulation in a Converged World submissions (Nov 2015)

Submissions on the discussion paper Content Regulation in a Converged World closed on 16 October 2015. The Ministry for Culture and Heritage received 50 submissions in response to the discussion paper. The submissions can be viewed below.

These submissions represent the views of the individual submitters. The Crown does not accept responsibility for the accuracy of the information contained in these submissions. The submissions do not represent the views of the Ministry for Culture and Heritage or the New Zealand Government. All of these submissions are published as pdf documents.

Submissions on the Ministry for Culture and Heritage and Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment’s discussion paper Exploring Digital Convergence, which examines the implications of convergence in the telecommunications, information technology, media and entertainment (TIME) sectors, can be found here.


All of these submissions are published in PDF format.

Advertising Standards Authority (ASA)

Association of New Zealand Advertisers (ANZA)

Auckland Regional Public Health Service (ARPHS)

Channel North

Coalition for Better Broadcasting

Communication Agencies Association of New Zealand (CAANZ)

David Harvey

Fairfax Media

Film and Video Labelling Body (FVLB)

Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB)

Interactive Games and Entertainment Association (IGEA)


Jan and Gerry Leaper

Māori TV

Media Freedom Committee

Media Matters in NZ


National Foundation for the Deaf


New Zealand Catholic Bishops Conference

New Zealand Games Developer Association (NZGDA)

New Zealand Naturist Federation and Free Beaches New Zealand

Newspapers Publishers' Association (NPA)

NZ Society of Authors (PEN NZ)


NZMPIC-MPDA-HEANZ Joint Submission

Office of Film and Literature Classification (OFLC)

Online Media Standards Authority (OMSA)

Patricia Kane

Press Council

Public Media Project



Radio Broadcasters Association (RBA)

Screen Producers New Zealand (SPADA)


SKY Television



Tom Frewen


Universities New Zealand

Victoria Davis

Wayne Lowry



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Updated on 13th November 2017