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.
New York Times They're Rupert Murdoch, New York Daily News owner Mort Zuckerman and Cablevision's James Dolan. Newspaper analyst John Morton believes Newsday could be worth $350 million to $400 million.... Read Post
Fortune | NYTimes.com Mort Zuckerman's reps are warning that Rupert Murdoch's pending deal with Tribune to buy Newsday may not withstand regulatory scrutiny. "But Sam Zell is unlikely to jettison Murdoch for the Daily News own... Read Post