Rupert Murdoch

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.

Home Vice Mag Founder Plans To Make The Next CNN

Shane Smith, founder of the pop culture magazine, discusses the growth of his once-underground publication and meditates on why it has achieved such acclaim.

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.

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.

Technology Murdoch: Newspapers Could Die Out In 10 Years

Media tycoon urges government not to 'over-regulate' papers out of existence in the face of major threat from internet.

Innovation Murdoch Offered 13 Year Old Girl Favorable Press Coverage If She Sang For Free [Headlines]

Singer Charlotte Church has told the British inquiry into the phone hacking scandal that she was offered £100,000 to sing at media tyrant's wedding.

Murdoch Admits Huge Mistake In MySpace Acquisition [Headlines]

The chief executive of News Corp.'s states that the acquisition of the social networking pioneer was poorly handled.

Murdoch: $580 Million MySpace Buy A 'Huge Mistake' [Headlines]

Media mogul regrets large buyout of social media company.

Home Murdoch's Empire Set To Gain Traction In The Middle East

What are the cultural and business implications of Murdoch's Sky News Arabia?

Innovation Phone Hacking Timeline: The Infographic

Do you want to know when Clive Goodman was first arrested or when the News of the World closed? Download this detailed visual.

Digital Revolution Is Bigger Problem For Murdoch Than Phone-Hacking [Headlines]

While Rupert Murdoch seems to be attached to traditional print journalism, his son, and potential hier, James, seems keen on expanding online.

Advertising Monocolumn: Comedic Intervention Lets Murdoch Off The Hook

Jonnie Marbles' gimmick during the Rupert Murdoch inquiry steers attention away from serious business to the comedian's idiocy.

Luxury Monocolumn: Murdoch -- The People's Tyrant

In today's column from luxury magazine Monocle, we learn about Rupert Murdoch and how his reign as a despotic media honcho may have been more consensual and less dictatorial than we might have imagined.

Technology Google Successfully Sued Over Auto-Complete Libel

Erroneous results give users another reason to find an alternative method for search.