Rupert Murdoch is a US media tycoon born in Australia and founder of mass media giant News Corporation. In 2011 Murdoch was accused corruption, and of hacking the phones of famous people. In 2016 he became the CEO of Fox
A highly provocative article in Australia’s Murdoch-owned press has called on the Quad to support a coup in the Chinese Communist Party and end Xi Jinping’s reign. Are the Aussies getting tough, or is this personal for Rupert?
A high-profile probe into the unsolved 1987 axe murder of a British private detective could reportedly link Rupert Murdoch’s media empire to “criminality” involved in the killing and expose a “culture of corruption” at the Met.
Facebook has reached an agreement with Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp in which the social media giant will pay to use the company’s Australian content, a deal prompted by a contentious new media law passed in the country.
Rupert Murdoch has accused social media platforms of creating an ideologically driven atmosphere of conformity, garnering applause as well as accusations that his vast media empire is guilty of the same crime.
It’s tough times for Republican voters, as their last big media ally, Fox News, appears to have abandoned Donald Trump and millions of viewers at the 11th hour. But is alternative media really the answer?