Over decades, Rupert Murdoch created a multibillion-dollar media empire that, in turn, changed journalism for better and for worse.
The longtime media mogul is putting his son, Lachlan, in charge of Fox and News Corp.
Rupert Murdoch will step down from his roles as chairman of Fox and News Corp and will cede the sole leadership of the companies to his son, Lachlan.
Murdoch has stepped down as chairman of Fox Corp and News Corp and left his son Lachlan Murdoch as sole chairman of News Corp, among other roles.
News that the media mogul will be handing control of Fox and News Corp to his son Lachlan Murdoch has ignited a wave of "Succession"-themed memes on social media.
Sky News Australia host Rita Panahi said that the Bud Light boycott "shows the power of consumers and genuine grassroots activism."
The 92-year-old met Smith just one month after his divorce from his fourth wife, Jerry Hall was finalized.
Murdoch admitted Fox News hosts had endorsed on air the view that the 2020 election was stolen from Trump in deposition excerpts from a defamation suit.
The hack reportedly hit several news corp media outlets around the world.
Mackris said she fought against signing the 2004 settlement which allowed O'Reilly to claim he was the "victim" in the ordeal on-air that same night.
James Murdoch said his resignation was because of "disagreements over certain editorial content published by the company's news outlets and certain other strategic decisions."
James Murdoch directly criticized the "ongoing" climate denial occurring within his family's worldwide media empire, including Fox News' coverage of Australia's devastating bushfires.
News Corp chairman Rupert Murdoch wants Facebook to make carriage payments to trusted news sources.
The figure compares with a profit of $23m in the same quarter last year.
Unconfirmed chatter about potential News Corp interest in Twitter circulated on Wednesday.
It's really hard to tell between viral content parodies and the real thing.
Lee's new book will go on sale July 14.
A jury cleared Brooks unanimously but found Andy Coulson, Prime Minister David Cameron's former media chief and ex-editor of one of Murdoch's British titles, guilty