Brave New Films has put Robert Greenwald’s anti-Fox News documentary Outfoxed: Rupert Murdoch’s War on Journalism online in its entirety. The film charts the rise of Fox News, outlining the marketing-based techniques that make the channel such “compelling” viewing —...
Media Mogul Rupert Murdoch, who has $14.9 billion of personal assets, has made his first acquisition of an Indian startup: BestDecisions.com. Murdoch led Newscorp acquired this Mumbai based finance education portal for undisclosed amount. Show More Summary
BigDecisions.com, which is a financial advisory startup firm based in Mumbai, India, has been acquired by News Corp led by Rupert Murdoch
Comcast will offload NBCUniversal, Facebook will air TV shows (even sports) and Rupert Murdoch will "retire" as TV becomes a three-pronged business and digital brands decide channels are their way forward read more
It hasn’t taken long for Rupert Murdoch and News Corp. to begin making changes at realtor.com operator Move Inc., which it acquired for $950 million in early November. News Corp. began integrating content with realtor.com and several of its publications week after it...
Billionaire media mogul Rupert Murdoch hasn’t made himself any new friends with his heartless, self-promoting and inaccurate tweet following the fatal Sydney siege. If you’d prefer not to fill his coffers further, Bye Rupert is a Chrome extension which automatically blocks all News Corp web sites. More »
Rupert Murdoch's tweet yesterday about the Sydney hostage crisis got lots of social media flak, with some Twitterers calling the News Corp head "heartless" and insensitive.
Less than a month after Rupert Murdoch thew his weight behind Indian listing portal PropTiger.com, competitor Housing.com has nabbed $90 million in the latest funding round to signal interest from investors in India’s online real estate space. The raise was led by SoftBank Group, the...
Ridley Scott’s Exodus: Gods and Kings is out this weekend. Yet the buzz remains about the casting controversy rather than the (apparently low) quality of the film itself. Rupert Murdoch tweeted that as far as he’s concerned, Egyptians have always been white. Show More Summary
Last year, a bunch of News Corp's biggest advertisers went to war against Rupert Murdoch's company, filing a lawsuit alleging they had been overcharged for advertising. Companies such as Heinz, Dial, Foster Poultry, and Smithfield Foods...Show More Summary
Christmas has come early for copyright owners in Australia. The film company, Roadshow, the pay television company Foxtel, and Rupert Murdoch's News Corp and News Limited--as well as copyright industries--have been clamoring for new copyright powers and remedies. Show More Summary
More eye-opening details from the hack seen ‘round the world, from Clooney’s dig at Rupert Murdoch, J. Law and Brad Pitt’s amazing email handles, and the 'Ghostbusters' reboot drama.
Rupert Murdoch’s Australian says Tony Abbott should stop trying to please sceptics: …
AJ+ | – “The British twitterati is in a tizzy over a brawl between Russell Brand and Rupert Murdoch’s The Sun. The “manarchist” comedian has been accused of hypocrisy for championing housing…
Five Years Ago There were plenty of (mis)adventures in the world of newspapers this week in 2009. Some were trying out paywalls, Rupert Murdoch was demanding the feds stay out of the news business (except when he wants their help), Dallas...Show More Summary
The sale leaves the chairman and CEO with 5.25 million shares of the conglomerate's Class B Common Stock read more
Rupert Murdoch is one of the most powerful men in American media” He’s a lot more Australian than American but I think he holds citizenship in both countries. Don’t quote me, I really don’t care to know if he does or not. I just find it amusing that darling of the Far Right was born […]
Rupert Murdoch has defended the decision to cast white actors in the lead roles in Ridley Scott’s new Egypt-based film Exodus: Gods and Kings by claiming that all of the Egyptians he knows are white. In a tweet, the Australian media mogul, whose 20th Century Fox firm is the film’s distributor,...
Responding to criticism that the cast of Exodus: Gods And Kings is awfully white for a film set in ancient Egypt, Rupert Murdoch has revealed himself for the 83-year-old rich white guy he is in a series of clueless tweets. Murdoch, whose...Show More Summary
Two weeks ahead of the opening of the anticipated Moses movie, "Exodus: Gods and Kings," Australian media mogul Rupert Murdoch defended the all-white casting for lead roles in the movie charging that all Egyptians he knows are white, after critics pointed out the lack of ethnic actors in the roles.