The QVC Newsroom is being closed in the wake of the scandal surrounding a recent bribery scandal.
Its closure comes as the company looks to shed a staff of around 2,000.
“This is something that we have been working on for a long time and the QRCO team are the ones who were brought in to do the work,” said spokesperson Rachel Martin.
“And they have been a big part of that.”
She said the newsroom is “still a very important part of our portfolio.”
The move comes just a day after news of the resignation of senior executive Peter Gennaro was revealed, with the company confirming it was due to the “disgraceful and abhorrent conduct” of Gennaris colleagues.
In a statement, QVC said: “Our focus is on doing the right thing and doing the best job we can, and the news we have shared today is an important part in that process.”
The company is also closing the QSX channel, which launched in 2014.
QSZN will air on Sunday nights.
In the QTV newsroom, the news division will be closed for six weeks as the investigation into the scandal continues.
QRCOs senior executives are also being investigated by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), who are seeking to recover $15.7 million.
QVC and its parent company, News Corp Australia, have not commented on the allegations against them.