CISPR 13 and CISPR 22 were withdrawn by the IEC on March 5, 2017. The IEC webstore took a little while to catch up, but these two old, well regarded standards have been replaced by CISPR 32.
CISPR 13 was the emissions standard for broadcast receivers and CISPR 22 was the emissions standard for information technology equipment (ITE). With the advent of digital television receivers which contain both types of equipment in a single box CISPR SC E (broadcast receivers) and CISPR SC G (ITE) were merged in 2001 to form CISPR SC I (ITE, broadcast receivers and multimedia equipment). CISPR 32 was first published in 2012, with the 2nd edition following in 2015. The decision was made several years ago to withdraw CISPR 13 and CISPR 22 after CISPR 32 was published, with the date of March 5, 2017 set as the date that would occur.
Regulators around the world may, or may not, change their national regulations to reference CISPR 32 in place of CISPR 13 and CISPR 22 (or their national equivalents), so you may still find them applicable to your product in some markets. Be aware. But, from an IEC perspective, the change has occurred. If you haven’t already purchased a copy of CISPR 32, dig out your credit card and go the to the IEC web page and get ready to spend some money.