"Fox News is a bigger problem now than the Democratic Party," Steve Bannon, a former Trump administration official, wrote in a Gettr post on Sunday.
In a preview for the second part of his explosive interview with Piers Morgan on the TalkTV network, Donald Trump has praised Prince Charles' wife, Camilla.
Osbourne called Prince Andrew an "utter disgrace" and said he should be "locked up in the tower" on her new talk show broadcast on Rupert Murdoch's TalkTV.
Osbourne says she received threats following her support of Piers Morgan after he said he didn't "believe a word" of Meghan's interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Speaking to the broadcaster, Trump said he "didn't like the way" Morgan handled his controversial commentary on Meghan Markle after her Oprah Interview.
Commentators on MSNBC say a promo of an upcoming interview with the former president suggests Rupert Murdoch is ready to move on from Trump.
Trump has previously called for an alternative to Fox News while Murdoch has said Trump needs to stop focusing on the 2020 election and move on.
The hack reportedly hit several news corp media outlets around the world.
Meghan Markle's victory over regular critic Piers Morgan has not removed the thorn from her side, but moved it closer to home.
Fox chairman Rupert Murdoch has called on conservatives to focus on the future, not the past—echoing comments made by Chris Christie and Mitch McConnell.
Murdoch's company Fox News has been criticized for pushing conservative and right-wing viewpoints.
The GOP congressman's criticism comes as the Fox News host defended his new special, which suggests the January 6 attack against the Capitol was a "false flag" operation.
"I'm just a kid from Detroit pinching myself, to be in competition with Rupert Murdoch, one of the greatest media moguls of all time," Byron Allen said
The Fox News Channel celebrates it's 25th anniversary on October, 7. Here's how it changed TV news forever.
Chris Stirewalt was fired after calling the state for Joe Biden, which reportedly angered former President Donald Trump and his supporters.
The controversial host will soon be back on television as part of Rupert Murdoch's new channel.
A religious leader from Oxfordshire, South East England claimed the media tycoon has ignored the climate emergency around the world.
The media landscape in Australia is problematic. Diversity in ownership largely eroded over the last decade and numerous TV, radio, print and online media is now owned by single organizations.
Google has struck a deal with News Corp in which it has agreed to pay Rupert Murdoch's media conglomerate to host its digital content. The deal comes as the Australian government prepares to pass legislation requiring Google and Facebook to pay media publishers for their content.
"Their new idea is this channel shouldn't be allowed," Tucker Carlson thundered on his Monday night show.
The progressive Democrat from New York pointed out that the GOP senator was given "prime space" in one of the nation's most widely-read papers.
One month after the New York Post labeled Trump "an invincible hero," editors from two of Rupert Murdoch's largest newspapers are calling on Trump to prepare to "leave office with dignity" pending "near-impossible" vote change.
A guest on a Rupert Murdoch-owned news channel referred to the Hunter Biden email accusations as "the biggest story of [his] lifetime," while also comparing the Biden family to fictional mobsters 'The Sopranos.'
"I have taken this seriously way before most in the media did. I warned in January that it was dangerous because it was highly contagious, but some people were asymptomatic, so it would spread quickly."
The open letter, signed by 74 professors and journalists, argued that the network has "contributed" to the spread of the pandemic.
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.
"Bombshell" sees A-list actors like Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman and John Lithgow become real-life people associated with Fox News like Megyn Kelly, Gretchen Carlson and Roger Ailes.
Trump's guest list not only excluded elected Democrats and members of the media, but also popular entertainers.