"In light of what is happening at the moment, SmoothFM is not now playing any Michael Jackson songs", local media quoted Nova's programme director Paul Jackson as saying.
Two major Australian broadcasters - Australian Radio Network (KIIS FM, WSFM and Gold FM) and Southern Cross Austereo (Hit and Triple M) - said they had not altered their playlists.
At this stage, no U.S. or United Kingdom radio stations have confirmed their intention to do so. Across the globe in New Zealand, the country's two largest radio networks have said they will no longer play Jackson's music in light of the documentary.
"We take allegations of this nature very seriously", a Southern Cross Austereo spokeswoman said.
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Larson and Jackson have terrific buddy-movie chemistry, whether they're giving each other grief or covering each other's behinds. Following an accident where she is exposed to Kree technology, she gains powers and later resurfaces as the character Ms.
The divisive Michael Jackson documentary "Leaving Neverland" might not have aired in the United Kingdom yet, but that did not stop die-hard fans of the late singer from standing on the streets of London to protest his innocence on Wednesday. The documentary is named after Jackson's California residence.
They claim the documentary failed to talk to family members and other defenders of Jackson, who claim the alleged child abuse never happened.
The nearly-four hour film airs in Australia this weekend and details the abuse James Safechuck and Wade Robson allege they suffered at the hands of the late singer while at his Neverland Valley Ranch when they were children.
Jackson, of course, is one of the most successful entertainers of all time: He is known as the "King Of Pop", he has sold over 350 million albums, and his 1987 album Bad produced five consecutive No. 1 singles, including "Man In The Mirror" and the album's title track. He died in 2009.