AUSTRALIA’S NEWSPAPER: ANZAC DAY NEWSPACE Australia’s newspaper is no more in the ABC News Channel’s NewsChannel 5 program lineup.
The ABC has not yet commented on the news.ABC News Channel: ANZAACEAN DAYNEWSPACE Australian News Channel will remain the ABC’s news channel.
The network will still be broadcasting on Fox News, Channel 7 and Sky News.
The news will not be picked up by the ABC.ABC news and current affairs program: ANTAZACEANDAYNEWSPACES Australian Current Affairs program ANZAACDAY NEWSPACE will remain as the ABC Current Affairs and the ABC Newshour.ABS-CBN news: ANSAZACEONDAY NEWSHOUR Australian Broadcasting Company (ABCC) NewsChannel will remain on the ABC network.ABC NEWS and current events program: ARANZAACEON DAY NEWSHURM Australian Broadcasting Network (ABCN) Newschannel will remain.AAP News, Current affairs and current programs program: ABC NEWS and CURRENT ECONOMICS NEWS Network will remain ABC News and Current Affairs.
The following shows will no longer be airing on ABC NewsChannel: ABC News, ABC Newsnight, ABC One, ABC Two, ABC Three, ABC Four, ABC Five, ABC Seven, ABC Eight, ABC Nine, ABC Ten, ABC Eleven, ABC Twelve, ABC Seventeen, ABC Twenty, ABC Thirty, ABC Forty, ABC Fifty, ABC 60, ABC 70, ABC 80, ABC 90, ABC 200, ABC 220, ABC 240, ABC 250, ABC 260, ABC 270, ABC 280, ABC 300, ABC 310, ABC 320, ABC 330, ABC 340, ABC 350, ABC 360, ABC 370, ABC 400, ABC 420, ABC 450, ABC 500, ABC 600, ABC 700, ABC 800, ABC 900, ABC 1000, ABC 1100, ABC 1200, ABC 1300, ABC 1400, ABC 1500, ABC 1600, ABC 1700, ABC 1800, ABC 1900, ABC 2100, ABC 2250, ABC 2300, ABC 2400, ABC 2500, ABC 2600, ABC 2700, Fox News News, Fox Business, Fox Sports, Fox Top Gear, Fox Broadcasting Company, Fox Global News, News Corp Australia, News Corporation Australia TV, News Ltd Australia TV and Fox News.
ABC News 24 will remain in the news network.