T. Rowe Price, the largest owner of News Corp after the Murdoch family, says the deal risks undervaluing News Corp.
Deep-pocketed conservatives, including Stephen A. Schwarzman and Kenneth C. Griffin, said they plan to back alternatives to the former president.
Suzanne Scott remade Fox News Media into a lucrative consumer brand. But a $1.6 billion defamation suit against the company is testing her strategy and leadership.
Irenic Capital Management, which has a $150 million stake in News Corp, wants the company to split up its media and real estate listings businesses.
A union would represent an about-face for both companies, which told investors nearly a decade ago that they were better off apart.
The suit, filed by Dominion Voting Systems, could be one of the most consequential First Amendment cases in a generation.
The former president hasn’t been interviewed on the Rupert Murdoch-owned cable network in more than 100 days, and other Republicans often get the attention he once did.
As the host turned a civil war at Fox to his advantage, he found himself at the forefront of the nativist forces transforming conservative politics.
A string of setbacks made the pundit flee television, the Republican establishment and even his home. He re-emerged with what may be the most racist, and successful, show in the history of cable news.
Mr. Watters, a sardonic conservative with a pro-Trump bent, will take over the 7 p.m. hour.
Jonah Goldberg and Stephen Hayes, stars of a brand of conservatism that has fallen out of fashion, decide they’ve had enough.
Smartmatic, an election technology company that faced baseless accusations of rigging the 2020 election, has filed a similar lawsuit against Fox News.
The campaign, if sustained, could put pressure on Fox News, though critics were skeptical that a sea change was in store.
Amid mixed messages on the channel, the hosts Sean Hannity and Steve Doocy encourage viewers to get Covid-19 shots as the Delta variant spreads.
Donna Brazile, a Democratic analyst, has left the Murdoch-owned network as some hosts and journalists who questioned Donald Trump have exited or been sidelined.
The New York Post has complained that Facebook is blocking and downplaying its stories. But the platform doesn’t pay any special deference to journalists.
Keith Poole arrived last month with plans to make the tabloid more digital. Many of his staff have yet to hear from him.
A special team led by a high-level manager says Rupert Murdoch’s paper must evolve to survive. But a rivalry between editor and publisher stands in the way.
Even before the company’s C.E.O., Lachlan Murdoch, moved to Australia, Viet Dinh was seen as Fox’s power center.
Dominion Voting Systems, an election technology company, accused the news channel of advancing lies that devastated its reputation and business.
The deal with News Corp follows a standoff over legislation passed by the Australian government to compensate publishers.
British TV executives see opportunity — and money to be made — in bringing American cable-style clashes to their screens.
His venture and another upstart by a rival group of investors will challenge the BBC and Britain’s efforts to guard against political bias in television news.
In a court filing, Rupert Murdoch’s media company says it had the right to broadcast the debunked claims of election fraud promoted by President Donald Trump’s legal team on Fox News and Fox Business.
Defamation cases have made waves across an uneasy right-wing media landscape, from Fox to Newsmax.
Smartmatic, an election technology company, filed a billion-dollar lawsuit against the network over what the company says are false claims about its role in the 2020 election. We hear from Smartmatic’s C.E.O. and lawyer.
Mr. Murdoch of News Corp, who spoke in a video, has been relatively quiet publicly in recent years. He called conformity on social media “a straitjacket on sensibility.”
The politics editor who defended the network’s accurate projection that Biden had won Arizona is out after a backlash from viewers, including President Trump.
Why did the network insist an agreement with the family of a murdered young man remain undisclosed until after the election?
The anchor Martha MacCallum will be replaced by a conservative host at 7 p.m., and CNN will expand Jake Tapper’s afternoon show.
As allies abandon the president, his favorite network revives familiar villains for the Biden era. And the prospects for a Trump TV media venture are “greatly diminished.”
With the headline “Donald Trump’s Final Days,” The Journal excoriated the president for “an assault on the constitutional process of transferring power after an election.”
He polished the tarnished images of the rich, the famous and the flawed, with clients that included Donald J. Trump, Rupert Murdoch and George M. Steinbrenner.
With a scathing front-page editorial, the Trump-friendly tabloid joins another of Rupert Murdoch’s papers, The Wall Street Journal, in attacking the president’s attempts to undo the election result.
A once-niche conservative cable network, owned by a longtime friend of the president, lures audiences by refusing to declare an electoral winner.
A sale of the venerable publisher of Stephen King and Hillary Clinton could fetch $1.7 billion and rev up consolidation in book publishing.
Pompeo joins other top Republicans in defying the election results: This is your morning tip sheet.
Fox News has lasted through “multiple presidents, and they’re going to be around for multiple more,” said one right-wing media executive.
Some reporters withheld their bylines and questioned the credibility of an article that made the tabloid’s front page on Wednesday.
More than 200,000 people signed a petition drawn up by a former prime minister calling for an examination of Rupert Murdoch’s media empire in Australia.
Increasingly uncomfortable with News Corp’s politics and profit motives, Rupert’s younger son chose chickens and sheep over Fox, and insists he doesn’t watch ‘Succession.’
Fox News, the president’s favored network, will face enormous pressure to call the election for Mr. Trump. The outcome rests on a little-known 65-year-old wonk who will declare the winner.
Kevin Rudd, a former prime minister, lodged a complaint against The Australian for publishing material he called “racist and sexist.”
While his elder brother, Lachlan Murdoch, rises in the family business, James Murdoch has grown more distant from his father’s empire.
A heated dispute between the newsroom and the opinion section of one of the country’s most respected news organizations has spilled into public view.
A letter from a group of Journal reporters and editors calls for “more muscular reporting about race and social inequities,” as well as skepticism toward business and government leaders.
Amid a backlash and an ad boycott, “Tucker Carlson Tonight” is still attracting big audiences, another sign of the nation’s political divide.
The company behind Fox News, Fox Business and the Fox network is guarding against the pandemic’s economic fallout.
The cancellation of an 89th birthday party for Rupert Murdoch highlights a disconnect between his family’s behavior and statements made on air by some Fox commentators.