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Interview: John Ridding of the FT on paywalls and passion

August 1, 2012

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John Ridding, chief executive of the Financial Times, speaks to Media Week about what it means to have more digital subscribers than paper sales, why quality journalism needs to be paid for and how the financial crisis has a silver lining for the pink paper. John Ridding: chief executive of the Financial Times John Ridding […]

Murdoch: News Corporation shareholders ‘want me to get rid of newspapers’

April 29, 2012

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 Rupert Murdoch has taken the stand at Leveson Inquiry for the second day, after admitting yesterday (25 April) that News Corporation’s shareholders would like him to “get rid of” all the company’s newspapers. Rupert Murdoch: News Corporation chairman appears at the Leveson Inquiry During his four hours of evidence to the inquiry yesterday, Murdoch, chairman […]

Tough questions in Murdoch’s empire

April 29, 2012

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IT’S a fascinating time for aspiring journalists raring to work in Rupert Murdoch’s empire. As well as absorbing all the twists and turns in the phone-hacking scandal that the boss had no knowledge of, applicants for traineeships at the Herald Sun have had to search within. If you think the Church of Scientology’s 200-question personality […]