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REPORT: MURDOCH PLANS TO HACK OFF HIS NEWS BUSINESS

June 26, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

At one point during his testimony to the Leveson committee looking into the telephone hacking scandal at his U.K. newspapers, Rupert Murdoch conceded that he may have overlooked the wrongdoing by some of the papers’ staff because the newspapers represented such a small part of News Corp’s overall revenue. Now, according to the Wall Street […]

CHINA USES BROAD SWORD TO CHOP ENTERTAINMENT TV SHOWS

January 4, 2012 by · 1 Comment 

In one fell swoop, China’s broadcasters have axed more than two-thirds of primetime entertainment shows to comply with new government regulations limiting the number of entertainment programs any broadcaster airs to two each week that are no more than 90 minutes long, the Wall Street Journal said today (Wednesday), citing a report by the state-owned […]