Among the many damning quotes featured in the British panel’s report on Rupert Murdoch and News International, there was the revelation that Colin Myler, the current New York Daily News Editor-in-Chief, was charged with misleading Parliament during his testimony. The allegations apparently didn’t bother Mort Zuckerman. Ed Pilkington, the New York correspondent for The Guardian US, tweeted that Zuckerman said Myler “is doing a great job as Editor of the Daily News.
Newsday | Huffington Post Mort Zuckerman plans to match the tax-avoidance mechanisms of Rupert Murdoch's bid. The New York Daily News owner realizes he "has to be able to do the same magic" of helping Tribune Co. chief Sam Zel... Read Post
Colin Myler, who last served as editor-in-chief at Rupert Murdoch's scandal-sunken News of the World, has been named to the top spot at the New York Daily News, according to a memo obtained by Capital New York. "I am immensely proud... Read Post
Real estate developer and media mogul Mort Zuckerman has picked Colin Myler to be the new top editor for his New York tabloid, the Daily News. That's a surprising choice on at least a couple of accounts. One is that Myler's last job... Read Post