Greece state TV is turned off to save money

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The Greek government has unexpectedly closed the national broadcaster to save money.

Viewers watching the news on the main TV channel saw the screens go to black.

A total of 2,500 jobs have been cut as the government struggles to deal with the country's debt crisis.

Julie Peacock reports.

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