A former senior vice president at News Corp. is speaking out about the anti-Muslim and other bigoted rhetoric he heard while working at Fox.
Bill O'Reilly is becoming a financial liability. In public corporate America, that's the unforgivable sin. While he's on vacation we must point out this sin to News Corp's institutional investors.
Roger Ailes Has Reportedly ‘Personally Taken Charge Of Some Of Fox’s Recent Attacks’ On Hillary Clinton
A fascinating article about the ascension of Rupert Murdoch’s son, James Murdoch, to CEO of 21st Century Fox, which owns Fox News, predicts that Roger Ailes will continue to play the role of uber Republican strategist for the foreseeable future.
News of the latest findings of the Leveson Inquiry into the phone hacking Scandal at News Of The World, and Newscorp, News International and Rupert Murdoch, released today.
Rupertgate Update - The Son Sets . . .for now. James Murdoch announced his resignation from News International in order to assume full-time duties at Newscorp overseeing Pay-TV operations. So they say.
Rupertgate Update - Our Monday Morning Mayhem. The Leveson Inquiry reconvenes. Deputy Assistant Commissioner Sue Akers testifies over widespread bribes and payments of officials in every facet of government by Sun Newspaper journalists. Singer Charlotte Church wins settlement from Newscorp. Issues blast at Murdoch for level of corruption in press.
News of the latest in the continuing Murdoch Saga. Word on the resignation of James Murdoch from Newscorp and the latest on the Leveson Inquiry into phone hacking, which extends beyond the Murdoch empire.
Rupertgate Thursday - Parliamentary committee reconvenes with additional questions of James Murdoch's role in the Phone Hacking scandal - November 10, 2011.
Rupertgate Monday - News of mass deletion of e-mails at News International according to Tech firm, BSkyB gives a vote of Confidence to James Murdoch and Grumblings from stateside Shareholders of Newscorp that a movement is afoot to ouster Rupert Murdoch. All in a day.
Jon Stewart had a bit of fun with Fox News for how their pundits are responding to the News of the World/News Corporation scandal.
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