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News Corp reshuffles bosses, Oz editor to head up Sky News

News Corp reshuffles bosses, Oz editor to head up Sky News

News Corp has shuffled editors between its papers and TV news arm to fill the gap left by departing Sky News boss Angelos Frangopoulos.

How News Corp became the international voice of the right

How News Corp became the international voice of the right

News Corp's shift away from purely relationship-driven politics towards right-wing populism came slowly, but the ingredients were always there.

When will political parties stop living in fear of Murdoch?

When will political parties stop living in fear of Murdoch?

Crikey readers respond to the Murdoch family's history of political meddling and the role of multinationals in Australian foreign policy.

Why News Corp will fight Labor’s push for public CEO pay ratios

Why News Corp will fight Labor’s push for public CEO pay ratios

As Labor introduces the concept of CEO pay ratios to Australia, it's worth keeping an eye on the News Corp papers.

The rich history of Murdoch political meddling

The rich history of Murdoch political meddling

Rupert Murdoch may have changed the game in how newspapers affect political process, but he was following a family precedent.

Why Murdoch wanted to take down Turnbull

Why Murdoch wanted to take down Turnbull

There's very little that the Turnbull government didn't do for Rupert Murdoch's enterprises. So why did Murdoch push to axe him?

Murdoch men give themselves a giant raise

Murdoch men give themselves a giant raise

Company directors said the bonus was justified as the men were “critical to the completion” of the Disney deal.

Whoever replaces Guthrie, they have their work cut out for them

Whoever replaces Guthrie, they have their work cut out for them

Crikey readers debate Guthrie's replacement and other issues of the day.

Will increasing digital subscriptions really save newspapers?

Will increasing digital subscriptions really save newspapers?

News Corp's recently published digital subscriber numbers signalled good things for the publisher. But is it the quick fix they need to save declining revenues?

The News Corp guide to countering revenue decline with outrage tactics

The News Corp guide to countering revenue decline with outrage tactics

News Corp is replacing disappearing ad revenues with a model based on localised outrage journalism. Is it working?