There may still be lots of trials to come in the never-ending phone hacking scandal even after the the conclusion of the first round of prosecutions which saw former News of the World editor Andy Coulson found guilty and his ...Read More »
That’s what we all want to find out from the Leveson Inquiry into media ethics tomorrow (Friday) when former News of the World and Sun editor, and latterly CEO of Rupert Murdoch’s British newspaper operation News International, Rebekah Brooks takes ...Read More »
UK culture secretary Jeremy Hunt is clinging to his job, will Rupert Murdoch puts the skids under PM David Cameron?
Former News International boss James Murdoch was up before the Leveson Inquiry into media ethics today and, while James escaped pretty well unscathed (in part due to his professed reluctance to read evening emails revealing phone hacking on a grand ...Read More »
Well there’s a line and a half for you but this is the one Rupert Murdoch and News International hope will persuade about two and a half million people to buy the Sun – not ‘The Sun on Sunday’ it ...Read More »
The ‘will it happen, won’t it happen’ debate over Rupert Murdoch’s The Sun on Sunday has been abruptly ended by the great man – it’s going to arrive this Sunday February 26th and he’s going to be in charge. Rupert ...Read More »
Murdoch says it’s to be The Sun on Sunday – did old mate Martin Sorrell have anything to do with this?
Well I only ask because: Rupert Murdoch’s statement today that he backs the Sun, wants to be bring back all the suspended (and arrested) journalists and still wants to launch The Sun on Sunday (‘in the near future”) flies in ...Read More »
News Corporation owner Rupert Murdoch is due to appear in the Sun’s London newsroom today to reassure them that he won’t sell them down the river (the Thames flows nearby) in the wake of a number of arrests of senior ...Read More »
Money talks and News Corporation’s money clearly talks louder than most as most of the people who brought cases against the company for phone hacking seem to be settling for the company’s money (far less than those smart cookies Gordon ...Read More »
It’s very rare to see a real live media magnate skewered in public but that’s what happened yesterday to Express Newspapers (and Channel 5) owner Richard Desmond yesterday at the Leveson Inquiry into media ethics in the UK. Desmond even ...Read More »