LONDON — Catastrophic events like Tuesday's terror attacks in Brussels expose the strengths and weaknesses in broadcasters' news operations. How well did they perform? Many networks went to great…
LONDONRupert Murdoch has resigned from a string of directorships related to his U.K. newspapers.
Rupert Murdoch's fierce battles with one of his British editors are to be turned into a feature film that will also reference the phone-hacking scandal at the News of the World.
Recovered just after Steve Jobs' untimely death, the mogul's longest TV interview appears in unexpurgated form in this 69-minute docu.
In the U.K., paybox BSkyB is unrivalled for its portfolio of live, exclusive sports, the cream of U.S. acquisitions and Hollywood movies. But auds looking for some homegrown drama or Brit comedy are…
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News Corp.'s proposed £8 billion ($13 billion) purchase of the 61% of BSkyB it does not own already has been greenlit by the U.K. government on condition that Sky News is spun off into a new listed…
Critics from across the British media spectrum, from the Financial Times to broadcasting mavens, have been putting more pressure on the U.K. government to investigate News Corp.'s proposed takeover…
Three words spoken in the heat of passion trigger a fatal pileup of miscommunication.
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