Seven workers are facing job cuts across the company as it tries to cut $55 million in costs by June. The network has already started slashing jobs, including at some of its best-rating in-house TV productions.

Crikey understands that some of the job cuts were at long-running in-house TV productions Better Homes and Gardens and Border Security. A Seven spokesman would not confirm the number of jobs to go, but said there was a combination of redundancies and the usual ending of run of show contracts: