NewsCorp is the parent company of the following:
National Rugby League
News Digital Media
INTEGRATED MARKETING SERVICES-
News America Marketing
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Gold Coast Bulletin
Sunday Herald Sun
The Sunday Mail
The Sunday Telegraph
News of the World
The Sunday Times
Times Literary Supplement
New York Post
The Wall Street Journal
The Wall Street Journal Digital Network
FOX Broadcasting Company
FOX Sports Australia
FOX Television Stations
CABLE NETWORK PROGRAMMING-
FOX Business Network
Fox Movie Channel
FOX News Channel
FOX College Sports
FOX Sports Enterprises
FOX Sports En Espanol
FOX Sports Net
FOX Soccer Channel
Nat Geo Wild
National Geographic Channel United States National Geographic Channel Worldwide
DIRECT BROADCAST SATELLITE TELEVISION-
20th Century Fox
20th Century Fox Espanol
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
20th Century Fox International
20th Century Fox Television
Fox Searchlight Pictures
Fox Studios Australia
Fox Studios LA
Fox Television Studios
Blue Sky Studios
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That's pretty cool actually, go FOX. Somebody is doing something right. To have so much to show that's great.
But I'm sure if you look at other companies, you will see a similarly long list of companies under ther umbrella.
The difference is that the other ones aren't trying to buy the government.
I like fox news, I don't just get one side of the story there, they show both sides a lot of the time. I watch other news channels as well but they seem to be so one sided most of the time. But to each his own, I'm just glad we have a choice.
I just love those books Your Majesty! Where can I buy them?
lol they are publishers.
"HarperCollins Publishers is one of the world’s leading English-language publishers. Headquartered in New York, the company is a subsidiary of News Corporation. The house of Mark Twain, the Brontë sisters, Thackeray, Dickens, John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King Jr., Maurice Sendak, Shel Silverstein, and Margaret Wise Brown, HarperCollins was founded in New York City in 1817 as J. and J. Harper, later Harper & Brothers, by James and John Harper. In 1987, as Harper & Row, it was acquired by News Corporation. The worldwide book group was formed following News Corporation’s 1990 acquisition of the British publisher William Collins & Sons. Founded in 1819, William Collins & Sons published a range of Bibles, atlases, dictionaries, and reissued classics, expanding over the years to include legendary authors, such as H. G. Wells, Agatha Christie, J. R. R. Tolkien, and C. S. Lewis. HarperCollins has publishing groups in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia/New Zealand, and India." -source link http://www.harpercollins.com/footer/companyprofile.aspx
How many folk earn their living from Fox?
How much tax do they pay into all the countries they operate in?
Just a thought...
Well one thing you can be sure of with Murdoch at the helm. There won't be anyone overpaid, including the tax department!
thanks for the list Sandra. I didn't realize these were all under the same umbrella. I don't watch any of those except National Geographic... and possibly some of the movies.
What is scary is how many politicians are owned by whom! Not talking TV networks either.
Rupert Murdoch. One of Australia's less desirable exports!
Heard he left because the Aussie's didn't like him very much. lol
Don't they own the dumbest people and channel their bullshit through them?
Their performance during the Iraq conflict was nothing short of sickening and it had nothing to do with delivering a balanced view of war and everything to do with supporting a morally corrupt government.
Oh I just wanted to add that 7% of news corp is owned by Prince Alaweed the Saudi Prince. He is the 19th richest person in the world. The world!
You know, I didn't know a person could own the DOW.
Let's see what happened in July 2007
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/co … 02075.html
http://dealbook.blogs.nytimes.com/2008/ … lyst-says/
What is traded through DOW?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dow_Jones_ … al_Average
Let's assume the President at the time knew about the pending crash of 2008...
http://money.cnn.com/2008/09/29/markets … s_newyork/
A 700 billion dollar bailout was reject by the House but why???!!!
http://money.cnn.com/2008/09/28/news/ec … 2008092822
"Pelosi said the provisions added by Congress will protect taxpayers from having to pay for the bailout." - the bill was rejected Sept. 29, 2008.
"But it was shot down, with lawmakers voting largely along party lines, with House Republicans mostly voting against it and House Democrats mostly voting for it."
Why would the Republican's vote against a "bailout" that would have protected the taxpayers from paying for it?
Well after the House Republican's rejected the bill that would have protected the taxpayers, WallStreet lost 1.2 Trillion!
More interesting is the prime suspect being Murdoch Fraud New Corp... I mean FOX news Corp. recent takeover of the DOW, the sudden change of heart from the Republican's, the taxes payers screaming bloody murder but supporting the ones who set everyone up to fail.
There use to be a law that limited how much special interest and individuals could contribute to their political party that was recently lifted while Fraud News was trifling over Mosque and BP and Obama's personal beliefs and heritage, 'refudating' tax cuts for the middle income and poor while preaching 'small business is the back bone and small business needs help... all the while allowing the GOP to block help to small businesses and low and middle income folks and 'refudiating' the Dems. proposals to unlock small business lenders from giving loans to small businesses to help people get back on their feet...
Then Fraud News Corp owner Murdoch makes a 1 million dollar individual contribution to the GOP while his 'slaves' scream the government is trying to take over the world because Obama is a 'muslim terrorist' and the dems favor special interest spending and preaching about 'free market principals' all the while allowing for a private corporations like Fraud News Corp. to buy the government while allowing his 'slaves' to suffer the consequences by having the Republicans filibuster all legislation that would allow 95% of America to recover.
Why you ask? Well, let's see here, if big corporate infrastructure were broken down allowing small businesses to compete and breaking the monopoly that Murdoch has then ultimately he would lose money...hehem...*cough* redistribution of wealth through healthy competition and breaking up the "too big to fail" movement that the Tea Party try to rally against but ultimately support.
by Scott Bateman8 months ago
I'm always amazed at how many people don't understand Fox News. It has a successful business strategy of appealing to people's conservative biases, which is why a majority of viewers are conservative Republicans.Fox is...
by Jason Menayan6 years ago
"Fair and balanced"?http://www.good.is/post/classy-fox-eras … int-speech
by TheWatchman6 years ago
I gotta get this off my chest....Networks like FOX and even CNN absolutely reek of heavy bias in their reporting...i cant believe most people watch and accept what these networks say as fact..but i know there are some...
by ahorseback10 hours ago
Not exactly a " fringe " news media source ?
by rhamson6 years ago
With claims of being the "Fair and Balanced" take on reporting and the #1 news network in the nation, are we to believe they have a corner on the truth and spin because of their ratings?
by Sychophantastic2 years ago
Caught these little factoids about Fox News, courtesy of the Nielsen ratings:The median age of a Fox News viewer is 68.Only 1.1 percent of Fox News prime-time viewers are black.How do you think this affects how they...
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