As the expanding scandal into the phone hacking at now-gone British tabloid News of the World brings News Corp. chairman Rupert Murdoch to the U.K. to do damage control, questions are being asked what impact the ongoing British investigations may have on the wider Murdoch media empire, specifically the U.S. based company. The U.K.'s Guardian asks this morning whether Murdoch's son James, long believed to be the one groomed to replace his father atop at News Corp.
British paper News of the World may have apologized for its phone-hacking scandal last month, but Rupert Murdoch is apparently feeling less contrite about the issue (see video after the jump). The News Corp. honcho (which, in turn, ... Read Post
Chris Matthews continued to explore the phone hacking scandal and its impact on Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. both in England and in this country. Martin Bashir explained to Matthews how powerful Murdoch truly is and suggested that Mu... Read Post