The radio presenters at the centre of the royal prank call will appear in two prime time television interviews on Monday night.
Sydney-based 2Day FM's Mel Greig and Michael Christian will appear on Nine Network's A Current Affair at 6.30pm (AEDT), with Tracy Grimshaw.
Seven Network will air an interview with the pair at the same time on Today Tonight, with Clare Brady.
The Ten Network was planning to shoot an interview with Greig and Christian for The Project.
But a spokesman said the pair pulled out because they were unwell.
Nine said its interview was 'raw and emotional' and would run uncut.
'People are asking - no money has been paid for interview,' the network tweeted.
After interviewing them, Grimshaw told Fairfax Radio that Greig and Christian were 'shattered people'.
Seven said the pair would respond to the 'worldwide debate raging over the death of nurse Jacintha Saldanha who was at the centre of the royal hoax call to London's King Edward VII Hospital last week.'
The ABC said it planned to cover the story during ABC1's 7pm (AEDT) news bulletin, but could not confirm if Greig and Christian would be interviewed by its journalists.
Grimshaw reiterated that no money was involved in Nine Network's interview.
'Let me say clearly that our interview with the 2Day FM hosts for tonight's A Current Affair was NOT paid for. Neither asked nor offered,' she tweeted.
In response to a question on Twitter, Grimshaw said the interview would be picked up and aired by UK television networks.
Grimshaw told Fairfax Radio the two announcers were shattered but wanted to talk.
'I would have to say that they are shattered people.'
She said the pair had indicated their radio station had given them a lot of support.
'They are under pressure that would break an old warhorse and neither of them are old warhorses,' Grimshaw said.
She said both Greig and Christian had wanted to talk.
'It wasn't a question of twisting their arm.'