For over 40 years, The Sun, the leading tabloid in London that is owned by News Corp., was a Friday through Saturday publication. But yesterday, under the watchful eye of Rupert Murdoch himself, the Sun debuted a Sunday edition. When Murdoch announced the Sunday edition, the New York Times reports that he emailed Sun staffers, “Having a winning paper is the best answer to our critics.
The new Sunday edition of Rupert Murdoch’s Sun newspaper sold 3.26 million copies when it debuted in the UK yesterday, according to the News Corp chief’s Twitter feed. Yet the most interesting new development involving the tabloid i... Read Post
LONDON (AP) — The challenge for Rupert Murdoch’s new Sunday tabloid: Keep the scoops, drop the sleaze. News Corp.’s The Sun on Sunday launches this weekend, promising the same irreverent attitude that has kept The Sun tabloid at the... Read Post