More than two thousand jobs are to be lost at Greece's state broadcaster ERT as a result of government cuts, according to an article on the organisation's website.
The article says that its TV and radio services will fall silent at Midnight tonight local time.
It also cites government spokesman Simos Kedikoglou describing the service as a source of "public wastage" and accusing it of delivering poor value for money.
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