Other public bodies
The following public bodies support or aid the work undertaken by Radio Spectrum Management.
The BSA was set up under the Broadcasting Act 1989 to oversee the broadcasting standards regime in New Zealand. Its main functions are to review complaints that broadcasts have breached standards, undertaking research, and by providing information about broadcasting standards.
CAA regulates civil aviation in New Zealand. It monitors safety and security performance throughout the aviation community.
As the primary maritime search and rescue service, Coastguard NZ is here to make New Zealand’s waterways a safer place for boaties.
IANZ is New Zealand’s accreditation body. IANZ also provides training programmes for staff involved in quality assurance.
NZART represents New Zealand Amateur Radio operators nationally and internationally.
The 1995 Broadcasting Act established Radio New Zealand as a stand-alone, Crown-owned entity with major responsibilities being National Radio, Concert FM and Radio New Zealand International.
TVNZ is New Zealand's national television broadcaster and digital media company.