Race baiter Glenn Beck had to start his "media empire" because activists convinced 100s advertisers to stop associating their brand with him. News Corp investors didn't care about what he said, until he stopped bringing in ad revenue.
When The Going Gets Tough The Tough Go Tabloid - Rupertgate Friday and news that Rupert Murdoch plans to launch a Sunday edition of The Sun in the face of widespread criticism over his handling of the News Of The World phone Hacking Scandal and the recent firings at The Sun.
Nobody ever truly leaves the mafia, do they? James Murdoch has left the boards of operating companies overseeing News Corp.'s U.K. newspapers the Sun, the Times and the Sunday Times, according to British regulatory filings, which registered
Wingnut And Personal Friend Of The Murdochs Is Guiding Investigation On How News Corp Handled Phone-Hacking Scandal
Viet D. Dinh, former Assistant AG and the chief architect of the original USA PATRIOT Act, has had his fingers in oh, so many neocon pies. And now, he's the man who's supposed to bring credibility to the Murdoch clan (insert maniacal laughter
Another Bomb Explodes In News Corp’s Rattled Empire: Les Hinton – Murdoch Lackey For 50+ Years – “Steps Down”
Just went you thought that a crazy news week was going to end in a mellow note this Friday, massive dynamite exploded in Rupert Murdoch’s corrupt media empire. Just a little while ago news broke about yet another blockbuster resignation from
FBI's Inquiry Over Rupertgate's Alleged Hack Attacks Of 9/11 Victims Is Timely, Necessary, And Important
(Here's FOX News finally covering Rupertgate) I've been calling for News Corp. to be investigated in America and so have many other bloggers and that seems to taking hold across the political landscape. Finally, it's happening, thanks to
The man who was mayor of New York City during the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks is defending his longtime friend Rupert Murdoch against allegations that his company tried to hack the phones of 9/11 victims. "Sure," former New York City Mayor
I don't know how many of you have been watching the Murdoch phone-hacking scandal as it grows and digging up the tidbits, but if you have, you already know that the only place not to bother looking is at any of the Murdoch-owned properties in
Hypothetical question: If a major news media outlet hacked people's cell phones to get dirt on them and in the process caused family members of serial killer's victims to think their loved one was alive, would that be a major news story? If that story expanded to include possibly thousands of people -- celebrity, politician, and private citizen alike -- would that be news?
I bet most readers of blogs don't even know much about this major UK media scandal perpetrated by Rupert Murdoch's English tabloids and we're online and digesting news almost 24/7. Why? Because there's been an almost complete blackout by the US
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