"Michael Jackson isn't now on any MediaWorks Radio stations' playlists", Leon Wratt, the company's director for radio, said in a statement to the news network. Several of its competitors, including MediaWorks which runs nine major commercial stations in the country, also confirmed that Jackson's music was pulled from all its stations as "a reflection of our audiences and their preferences". A Hollywood DJ says she will now refuse to play any of his music and is urging other people to do the same.
The Jackson family has denied the allegations against the late singer, saying the film is "all about the money" and have launched a $100m lawsuit against HBO who have aired the documentary in America. A whole bunch of global networks across the globe have united in their anti-Jackson crusade.
It said the late singer's music has not featured on the playlist of the State broadcaster's youth station, 2fm, for some time, given it predominantly features new music.
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In 2010 she made a special episode of her eponymous talk show, packing the audience with 200 men who claimed Jackson had assaulted them when they were children.
Since the singer's death, the Michael Jackson estate has become a huge financial empire, with posthumous deals reportedly bringing in around $2 billion.
The BBC has clarified that they do not ban artists and Jackson could be played on BBC Radio.
"We're always guided by the audience", said Leon Wratt of MediaWorks. Allegations of sexual abuse shadowed Jackson throughout much of his adult life, and he was acquitted on child molestation charges in 2005.