News Corp. took its biggest step yet towards a planned split Friday in a proxy statement laying out the operational and financial structure of what it's calling the "new News Corp."
Al-waleed Bin Talal
News Corp. has hit a new 52-week high in a buoyant market as Wall street embraces company's upcoming split and shrugs off a U.K. hacking scandal that has just shaved a million bucks each from Rupert…
On Sunday night, some would say the impossible happened. A feature film, financed and produced by both Saudi and international interests, premiered in a public place in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia…
Saudi Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal, a long-term investor in News Corp. and Time Warner, said Monday that his Kingdom Holding will acquire a $300 million "strategic stake" in Twitter, his first foray…
News Corp. investors are hopping mad and Friday they'll get a rare chance to slam Rupert Murdoch in person, about their concerns -- from U.K. phone hacking, to a servile board, to son James'…
Harvey Weinstein calls him "boss." Rupert Murdoch, Silvio Berlusconi and Saudi Prince Al Waleed bin Talal call him friend.
The recently announced merger between the Lebanese Broadcasting Corp. (LBC) and Saudi-owned Rotana network could signal the arrival of Arab media comgloms in what has been a highly fragmented…
Leading Egyptian TV presenter Hala Sarhan has found herself in hot water following allegations that actresses posed as prostitutes on her popular chat show "Hala."
A look at some of the most influential figures working in Arab TV, both in front of and behind the camera.
Mediaset, the TV conglomerate of Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, has joined former Kirch Media shareholders in a bid for the assets of the bankrupt German TV giant.