World news – TV network affected by possible cyber attacks

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Channel 9’s live shows were cleared from television this morning after a massive IT crash brought the network to a standstill.

The station couldn’t go live with Weekend Today this morning as the show’s moderators went to Twitter to question what was going on.

The network later said its team was desperate to fix the morning’s tech issues and that the usual Weekend Today and Sports Sunday shows were not airing.

The channel broadcasts recorded programs until at least 1 p.m. so that they have time to fix the technical problems.

Our teams are working to fix this morning’s technical issues and will be back to normal broadcasts as soon as possible. In the meantime, today’s program changes for @ Channel9: 9:00 a.m. Taronga 10:00 a.m. The Sunday Footy Show 12:00 p.m. Turning Point 1:00 p.m. Women’s Footy https://t.co/q86KrYcMRQ

We also have a lot of great shows and series- Streams on @ 9Now for you to watch this morning. Take a look at these: https://t.co/uZjrapQJXmhttps://t.co/iPoY3CyKeY

Sources told TV Blackbox that the problems were nationwide and had hit live programs across Australia.

The technical issues also mean the network was unable to prepare every program, which the station’s 6pm news bulletin challenged.

« Nine reacts to technical problems that affect the live broadcast. In this phase we are working on the effects across the network and will provide an update when we solve the systems, » said the spokesman.

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