Media heavyweight News Corp has launched a competitor to Buzzfeed and the Internet crowd is having a field day Quartz reported Rupert Murdoch's corporation quietly launched the viral video site called the Internet Action Force (IAF) at a News Corp NewFront presentation on Friday in New York. Show More Summary
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Ed Milband used his interview with Russell Brand as a chance to bash his arch-enemy Rupert Murdoch. The Labour leader claimed that the media mogul is ‘much less powerful than he… Continue reading The post Rupert Murdoch jets into London to see off Miliband appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
How long has The Simpsons been on the air? Well, when the concept first debuted in short form on The Tracy Ullman Show, Rupert Murdoch was in his fifties. Today, several profitable decades later, the News Corp. and Matt Groenig twain have met in a most dynamic new way. Show More Summary
Newsmax CEO Christopher Ruddy wrote a surprisingly strong endorsement of the Clinton Foundation and, at the same time, called out Rupert Murdoch’s corporate hand behind the so-called donor scandals. In his column, Ruddy noted that he was once described by Clintonistas James Carville and George Stephanopoulos as the “No. Show More Summary
Newsmax's Christopher Ruddy detailed the entanglements between several media properties owned by Rupert Murdoch that are promoting the upcoming book Clinton Cash from conservative activist Peter Schweizer. In an April 27 column headlined...Show More Summary
British tabloid The Sun, owned by Ruper Murdoch's News Corporation, is making moves to encourage would-be whistleblowers to share files online without fear of retribution.
The pan-European pay TV giant, in which Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox owns a 39 percent stake, reports its strongest U.K. subscriber performance in 11 years. read more
Media Matters founder and Hillary Clinton surrogate David Brock appeared on Morning Joe Tuesday morning to push back against the new book Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill...Show More Summary
Joe Conason probably knows more about the anti-Clinton scandal machine than anyone alive, and he's quick to catch the fine hand of Rupert Murdoch in the latest one: Today’s New York Times reports that the paper of record — along with...Show More Summary
If you thought listing a New York City penthouse apartment for resale at $72 million was impressive, then get a load of Demi Moore‘s hot property. Per Variety real estate columnist Mark David, Moore has officially listed a Manhattan penthouse triplex she acquired in 1990. Show More Summary
Rupert Murdoch is moving. After living at the very top of One Madison for a year, he's decided to move downtown – to a West Village townhouse for $25 million, Curbed reports. That means his penthouse in the luxury high rise on the south...Show More Summary
SELLER: Rupert Murdoch LOCATION: New York City, NY PRICE: $72,000,000 SIZE: (approx.) 7,600 square feet, 5 bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms YOUR MAMAS NOTES: Last year Rupert Murdoch shelled out a staggering $57.25 million for the top four floors of the newly built and supermodel slender One Madison building in New York City’s Flatiron District. Alas, the... Read more »
News Corp. overlord Rupert Murdoch dropped a whopping $57.25 million last year on four floors in One Madison, including the building's penthouse on floors 58 to 60, and now the billionaire media...
News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch is trading in his airy triplex near Madison Square Park for a townhouse downtown, according to The Wall Street Journal. The 7,600-square-foot apartment features five bedrooms, five bathrooms, and panoramic views of the city, and is listed for the bargain price of $72 million.Murdoch purchased... More »
No more Bond villain digs for Rupert Murdoch. Per Wall Street Journal reporter Candace Taylor, Murdoch has decided to get rid of a penthouse lair purchased this time last year. He will hang on to an adjacent three-bedroom apartment on the 57th floor of One Madison, but is flipping floors 58 through 60. Show More Summary
Richard Lloyd Parry, an editor at Rupert Murdoch’s London Times, posted a link on Facebook to a Times piece about the BBC “suffocating local newspapers by being a ‘monopoly broadcaster.'” Central European University professor and former Agence France-Presse reporter Robert Templer quickly blasted the Times and owner Murdoch for the anti-BBC post. Here’s the opening … Read More
It's official: Beliefnet, with its three million unique visitors each month and 11 million daily newsletter subscribers, has been acquired by Fox Entertainment Group, which is part of News Corp.
Two media giants controlled by Rupert Murdoch — News Corp. and 21st Century Fox — are looking into relocating their headquarters in a new 88-story skyscraper in downtown Manhattan’s World Trade Center, The New York Times reports, citing real estate...