"Some radio stations and streaming services around the world are being asked if they plan on removing Michael Jackson's music from their playlists, based on the allegations raised in "Leaving Neverland"," said an ARN spokesperson.
A Perth radio station has banned Michael Jackson from their playlist after a new accusations that the "King of Pop" molested two young boys.
Three major Canadian Cogeco-owned radio stations and smaller market stations have already pulled Jackson's music from their airwaves.
The "Leaving Neverland" documentary aired Sunday on HBO, though viewers who saw the film when it premiered at Sundance Film Festival weeks earlier called the allegations "harrowing". The Jackson estate has filed a $100 million lawsuit against the network.
Mohamed Al Fayed originally commissioned the seven-foot-tall statue following Jackson's death in June of 2009. A number of global radio stations have pulled Michael's music.
Leaving Neverland continues on Channel 4 at 9pm tonight.
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They claim the documentary failed to talk to family members and other defenders of Jackson, who claim the alleged child abuse never happened.
"She was in a movie a year ago but believes the documentary is already scaring directors away because the abuse her father is accused of may put movie goers off her", the source added.
In the documentary, directed by Dan Reed and co-produced by British TV network Channel 4, two men detailed incidents of abuse they say occurred at Jackson's infamous Neverland Ranch and his Century City property in Los Angeles.
It's not the first time that radio has reacted to allegations of sexual misconduct through the removal of an artist's catalogue.
"We're always guided by the audience", said Leon Wratt of MediaWorks.
Robson has claimed he was pressured to lie in court at Jacksons 2005 child abuse trial where he denied any knowledge of abuse.
It's encouraging to see, in light of recent events, that many people are making the choice to believe Michael Jackson's alleged victims, writes Emma Teitel.