The Murdoch apparently press has no trouble identifying homophobia in Muslim clerics. But some other religions seem to get a free pass, writes Michael Brull. A few months ago, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull invited some Muslims to Kirribilli House for an Iftar dinner. The Murdoch press, led by the Australian, responded with a volley of [...]Show More Summary
The NY Post is a disgraceful, conservative-leaning gossip rag that is not worth the paper its printed on. They are owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp, which should tell you everything you need to know about their editorial tone, and they’ve been known to shame the homeless and endorse woefully unqualified blustering racists for president. […]
During an interview with Yahoo News anchor Katie Couric on Wednesday, left-wing feminist and staunch Hillary Clinton supporter Gloria Steinem portrayed the Democratic nominee as the victim of a hostile and sexist press corps: “...the...Show More Summary
If you didn’t know better, you’d swear that News Corporation is full of left-wing plants determined to lift the fortunes of Greens politicians everywhere. And one in particular. Because there’s no other possible explanation for the extraordinary amount of attention newly elected Brisbane City Greens’ Councillor, Jonathan Sri has been getting over the past few [...]Show More Summary
Part of this year's Scholastic News Kids Press Corps.
Shares of GEO and CXW are crashing to multi-year lows after The Washington Post reports that The Justice Department says it will end the use of private prisons. Corrections Corp is crashing... And The GEO Group is down 35% As we noted previously, States now have quotas to meet for how many Americans go to jail. Show More Summary
The Wall Street Journal’s proposition has, for many years, been clear: Pay for our journalism, including online. Many do: The Journal recently hit 948,000 digital-only subscribers, according to owner News Corp, and it’s nudging its way toward the internal goal of 3 million subscribers across all of parent publisher Dow Jones’ properties by 2017. But...
There were warning signs before a sexual harassment case at Fox News, just as there were before the phone hacking that shook the Murdoch media empire.
I was at the News Corp awards night and heard several most excellent speeches - particularly from the head of News Corp, Robert Thomson, and…
The Greenville News reports that by the time the public comment period ended, the Army Corps of Engineers received over a thousand submissions — “including boxes of statements by backers” — on SCDOT’s application for a permit to extend I-73 to the beach, potentially as a toll road. Show More Summary
Who knew real estate sites could be so profitable? Aside from News Corp, we mean.
News Corp earned more from its real estate classified businesses than from its news division in the last financial year and expects the unit to consistently be its biggest money spinner in years to come.
News Corp searches for MH370 credibility with long overdue ATSB interview about its search for the missing jet The post The Australian has a reality check over MH370 analysis appeared first on Plane Talking.
News Corp., the global company that owns realtor.com operator Move, Inc., reported its financial results for fiscal year 2016 -- which ended in June -- and it's no surprise that the company's recap is praising its digital real estate properties for their contributions to its bottom line...
$40,000 of equipment gone in :10 seconds.
The Sun News (Myrtle Beach, SC) reports that today is the deadline for submitting comments to the Army Corps of Engineers (ACOE) on its evaluation of SCDOT’s environmental mitigation plan for the proposed I-73 project. The 900 letters...Show More Summary
Ok, I can only describe this as sweet irony. The thief who stole $40,000 worth of photography gear from News Corp photographer at Rio olympics was caught by the same photographer he stole from – Brett Costello. It was not enough for the thief to steal Costello’s $40,000 gear set, and he wanted more. I am not sure [...]Show More Summary
The worst thing that could possibly happen to a photojournalist at the 2016 Rio Olympics would be having their photography equipment stolen. That’s what happened to News Corp. photographer Brett Costello. Costello was ordering coffee at a cafe on Thursday when he was approached by a woman asking for help. Show More Summary
As this year’s host of the Olympic Games, it’s not a surprise that Rio currently contains so many photographers. With a lot of photographers come a lot of expensive kit. This has not escaped the notice of local criminals. News Corp photographer Brett Costello just discovered this, when $40,000 worth of equipment went missing from right beside him. [...]Show More Summary
When it comes to the media's view on real estate, there are few who are able to see the world through such a broad lens at Robert Thomson, chief executive at News Corp. The journalist-turned-exec sat down with Brad Inman to discuss how world politics can and are affecting real estate...