Managing director of the ABC, Mark Scott, addressed staff on Monday confirming that the local ACT edition of 7.30 will be axed as 400 staff across the broadcaster are expected to lose their jobs.
A look at what's on TV on Friday, November 28.
The mind of a criminal is a dark and complex place, and the Behavioural Analysis Unit team on Criminal Minds (Seven, 8.30pm) explores the darkest and most complex among them.
They came to gut the national broadcaster, but instead they tore out the regional heart of Australia.
The amazing thing about Home and Away (Seven, 7pm) is just how many people are in it. As densely populated as Game of Thrones, but with more people in shorts.
Jeremy Shada isn't a household name, but millions of cartoon lovers would be familiar with his work as the voice behind Finn from the animated TV series Adventure Time.
The new television streaming service Stan has signed a deal with SBS which will supply a library of international films and television series to the platform.
Children's favourite Winnie the Pooh has been banned from decorating a children's playground for being 'half-dressed'.
It has been said Australia's television market is among the most competitive in the world but this may be the first time the ratings war has drawn actual blood.
Big Brother and Dancing with the Stars are the endurance champions of Australian reality shows, but have they both run out of puff?
Celebrities help raise money for patients at The Children's Hospital at Westmead