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Home News Corp Targets The Smartphone Publishing Market

The publishing divison is moving from print to web to mobile by creating content specifically for smartphone users.

Advertising Michael Wolff: Why Paywalls Won't Solve Newspapers' Larger Issues

Not even the smartest metered model can make up for meagre digital ad revenues and a failure to recruit younger readers.

Syndicated Jeff Jarvis: Why iPad's 'The Daily' News App Failed

Rupert Murdoch's iPad-only venture neglected key lessons of subscription news, and that is why it folded.

Design Do Book Publishers Need To Become 'Multimedia Content Producers?'

HarperCollins's chief executive is about to launch an e-atlas – and, she says, that's not the only way the world is changing.

Innovation News Corp Confirms It Is Considering Split [Headlines]

The conglomerate may divide its publishing assets and film and TV businesses into two separately listed public companies.

Did Reporters Hack The Phones Of 9/11 Victims? [Headlines]

A U.S. attorney is investigating whether reports that News of the World journalists hacked the phones of 9/11 victims are true.

Technology Apple Rumored To Be Bidding For Hulu [Headlines]

Bloomberg has cited two unnamed sources as saying the technology giant is in early stage talks to join the bidding for the successful online TV player, co-owned by News Corporation, Walt Disney and NBC.

Advertising Monocolumn: A Dent To The Murdoch Empire

A new front has opened up in the ongoing battle between media mogul Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation and the rest of the world.

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