It is becoming increasingly unlikely that Southern Cross Austereo's Michael Christian and Mel Greig will face charges over the prank call to the London hospital.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority have opened a formal investigation into the broadcast of last weeks Prank Call on Sydney radio station 2DayFM.
2Day FM will start playing ads again from Thursday and donate all profits made from then until the end of 2012 to a memorial fund.
Presenter Robin Galloway has dropped all crank call spots and pulled on-air commercials for this years CD, possibly indefinitely, after recent events.
2DayFM owner Southern Cross Austereo has confirmed its position in a new media statement which says the Hot 30 show has been terminated.
Michael Christian and Mel Greig have spoken about their reaction to hearing the news of the death of Jacintha Saldanha.
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The chairman of King Edward VII's Hospital, Lord Glenarthur, has written to Max Moore-Wilton, chairman of 2day FM's parent company Southern Cross Austereo.
Owners of 2DayFM Austereo has suspended all advertising on the station after discussions were held with with sponsors.