Ken Jarvis = LVKen7@Gmail.com

What would a person NEED to DOMINATE the world?
ACCESS

How is the easiest way to get ACCESS to the way people think?
TV and Reading

So DEVELOP the #1 Cable Channel
Murdoch DEVELOPED the FOX NEWS Channel
So THAT part is done.
But that is ONLY in the USA.

Broadcast, cable & satellite

United States
Fox Broadcasting Company (discussed in a supplementary note elsewhere on this site)
85% of Fox Entertainment Group Inc which includes ...
Fox SportsWNVW - New York City
KTTV - Los Angeles
WFLD - Chicago
WTXF - Philadelphia
WFXT - Boston
WTTG - Washington D.C
KDFW - Dallas
WJBK - Detroit
WAGA - Atlanta
KRIV - Houston
WJW - Cleveland
WTVT - Tampa
KSAZ - Phoenix
KDVR - Denver
KTVI - St Louis
WITI - Milwaukee
WOFL - Orlando
WOGX - Ocala
WDAF - Kansas City
KSTU - Salt Lake City
WHBQ - Memphis
WGHP - Greensboro
WBRC - Birmingham
WPR - Chicago
KTBC - Austin
KVC - Austin Fox Sports Net
Fox Sports South
Fox Sports Pittsburgh
Fox Sports Southeast
Fox Sports Midwest
Fox Sports Rocky Mountain
Fox Sports Arizona
Fox Sports Northwest
Fox Sports West
Fox Sports Detroit
Fox Sports Bay Area (with Rainbow Media Holdings)
Fox Sports Chicago (with Rainbow Media Holdings)
Fox Sports Cincinnati
Fox Sports Intermountain West
Fox Sports New England (with Rainbow Media)
Fox Sports New York (with Rainbow Media)
Fox Sports Ohio (with Rainbow Media)
Fox Sports Southwest (with Rainbow Media)
Madison Square Garden Network (with Rainbow Media)
FiT TV
The Health Network
Fox Sports World
FX
National Geographic's cable channel (50% with GE and National Geographic)
Golf Channel (33%)
The Family Channel
MTM Entertainment
Fox News Channel
FxM
Outdoor Life (34%)
Speedvision (34%)
TV Guide Channel (44% with Liberty Media)
34% of Hughes Electronics (satellite broadcaster DIRECTV with over 11 million subscribers in the US, 81% equity in satellite operator PanAmSat, and Hughes Network Systems)
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OK, but what about - TV in the Rest of the World

United Kingdom
British Sky Broadcasting (40% - Vivendi may dispose of 24.5% of BSkyB)
Music Choice Europe (49%)
QVC (20%)
Sky Multi-Channels (over 40 channels, including the following in which BSkyB has an economic interest)
.tv
National Geographic Channel UK (50%)
Paramount Channel (25%)
Sky One
Sky News
Sky Soap
Sky Travel
The Computer Channel
Nickelodeon UK (50%, with Viacom)
The History Channel (50%)
Sky Scottish (50%)
Granada Sky Broadcasting (40%) - with Granada, now part of ITV
Granada Plus
Granada Talk TV
Granada Men & Motors
Granada TV High Street
Granada Food & Wine
Granada Health & Beauty
Granada Home and Garden
Fox Kids
Premium Channels
Sky Movies
The Movie Channel
Sky Sports
Sky Movies Gold
Sky Sports 2
Sky Sports 3

Germany
TM3 (66%)
Premiere World - 24% (owned through BSkyB)

France
13% of Breton cable tv group TV Breizh (Berlusconi's Mediaset has 13%)

Italy
Sky Italia (inc Telepiu and Stream) pay tv operation

Australia

FOXTEL (25%) - with Packer (25%) and Telstra
Arena (50%)
Channel V (50%)
FOX
FOX History
FOX Soap
FOX Talk
FOX Travel
FOXTEL Weather
FX
Nickelodeon (25%)
Sky News Australia (33.3%)
UK TV (60%)
Fox Sports
The Comedy Channel (80%)

Asia

Star TV
STAR Chinese
STAR Plus
STAR Movies
STAR Plus Japan
STAR Movies South
ESPN STAR Sports (50%)
STAR Sports
Channel V (50%)
Viva Cinema (50%)

Phoenix Satellite TV (17.6%)
Phoenix Chinese

Canada
minor stake in CTV Sportsnet

India
ISKYB
Asia Today (50%)
ZEE TV
EL TV
ZEE Cinema
Siti Cable Network (50%)

Italy
Stream (minority stake)

Indonesia
Indiovision (46%)
Film Indonesia (50%)

Japan
News Broadcasting Japan (80%)
SkyPerfect TV (11%)

Latin America
Canal Fox
Fox Sports Americas (owned by Fox/Liberty Media)
Fox Kids
Telecine (12.5%)
CineCanal (21.5%)
Sky Latin America DTH Platform
Innova (30%) - with Televisa
NetSat (36%)
Latin America (30%)
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About the Reading part
Buy up Newspapers - ALL over the world.
Murdoch OWNS

Newspapers


News claims to be the world's leading publisher of English-language newspapers, with over 175 titles in the UK, Australia, Fiji, Papua New Guinea and the US. It employs around 15,000 people worldwide, printing more than 40 million copies a week.

United States
Wall Street Journal
New York Post

United Kingdom
The Times
Times Literary Supplement
The Sunday Times
The Sun
News of the World
Times Education (inc Times Education Supplement and Higher Education Supplement) - sold to Exponent Private Equity September 2005

Australia
The Australian
The Weekend Australian
The Daily Telegraph
The Sunday Telegraph
Sportsman
Herald Sun
Sunday Herald Sun
The Weekly Times
The Courier Mail
The Sunday Mail
Gold Coast Bulletin
Adelaide Advertiser
Cumberland Newspaper Group (20 titles in Sydney suburbs)
Leader Newspaper Group (30 titles in Melbourne suburbs)
Cairns Post Group (42%)
North Queensland Newspaper Group
Townsville Bulletin
Quest Community Newspapers (17 titles in Brisbane suburbs)
Northern Territory News
Sunday Territorian
Centralian Advocate
The Suburban
The Mercury
The Sunday Tasmanian
Tasmanian Country
Treasure Islander
Derwent Valley Gazette
Sunday Mail
Messenger Press Group
Sunday Times (Perth)

Fiji
The Fiji Times
Nai Lalakei (Fijian)
Shanti Dut (Hindi)

Papua New Guinea
Post Courier (63%)

United States
New York PostCommunity Newspaper Group
The Brooklyn Paper
Courier-Life Publications
TimesLedger Newspapers
Bronx Times Reporter Inc.
[edit]International

Dow Jones & CompanyConsumer Media Group
The Wall Street Journal - the leading US financial newspaper.
Wall Street Journal Europe
Wall Street Journal Asia
Barron's - weekly financial markets magazine.
Marketwatch - Financial news and information website.
Far Eastern Economic Review
Financial NewsEnterprise Media Group
Dow Jones Newswires - global, real-time news and information provider.
Factiva - provides business news and information together with content delivery tools and services.
Dow Jones Indexes - stock market indexes and indicators, including the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
Dow Jones Financial Information Services — produces databases, electronic media, newsletters, conferences, directories, and other information services on specialised markets and industry sectors.
Betten Financial News — leading Dutch language financial and economic news service.Local Media Group'
Dow Jones Local Media Group (formerly Ottaway Community Newspapers) - 8 daily and 15 weekly regional newspapers.Strategic Alliances
STOXX (33%) - joint venture with Deutsche Boerse and SWG Group for the development and distribution of Dow Jones STOXX indices.
Vedomosti (33%) - Russia's leading financial newspaper (joint venture withFinancial Times and Independent Media).
SmartMoney (50%)
FiLife.com (50%)

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OK, but what about -
Magazines & Inserts


North America
TV Guide (partial)
TVSM
TV Total
Cable Guide
The Weekly Standard
Maximum Golf
In Store
FSI
In Store (Canada)
FSI (Canada)

UK
Nursery World - sold to Exponent Private Equity October 2005

Pacific
Pacific Islands Monthly
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OK, but what about -
Film Production & Distribution

Twentieth Century Fox
Fox Filmed Entertainment
Fox 2000
Fox Searchlight
Fox Family Films
Fox Animation Studios
Twentieth Century Fox Home
Twentieth Century Fox TV
Fox Studios Australia
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OK, but what about -
Books

Imprints, primarily under the HarperCollins umbrella, include -
HarperCollins
Perennial
Cliff Street Books
The Ecco Press
Quill
HarperAudio
Regan Books
Amistad Press
William Morrow
HarperTorch
Eos
HarperEntertainment
HarperSanFrancisco
HarperInformation
HarperBusiness
HarperResource
Fourth Estate
Access Travel
William Morrow Cookbooks
Branded Books Program
HarperCollins Children's Books
Greenwillow Books
Joanna Cotler Books
Laura Geringer Books
HarperFestival
HarperTrophy
Avon
Tempest
HarperCollins International
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OK, but what about - Sports

New York Knicks (20% stake through partnership with Cablevision)
New York Rangers (20% stake through partnership with Cablevision)
Los Angeles Kings (NHL, 40% option)
Los Angeles Lakes (NBA, 9.8% option)
Staples Center (40% owned by Fox/Liberty)
National Rugby League Championship (50%) - Australian football
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OK, but what about -
Radio

Analog and digital radio holdings include -
Sky Radio (71%)
Fox Sports Radio Network
Sky Radio Sweden (28%)
TALKCO (20%)
Radio Veronica (42%) - Netherlands
Sky Radio Denmark
Sky Radio Germany
Sky Radio Netherlands
ClassicFM - Netherlands
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OK, but what about -
Technology and multimedia


Technology and interactive holdings include -
NDS (formerly News Digital Services)
SiVenture - UK-based smartcard consultancy
News Advanced Technologies
News America Digital Publishing
News America New Media
News Internet Services
Healtheon/WebMD (11%)
TheStreet.com (partial stake with New York Times)
Rivals.com (46%)
iSyndicate (partial stake with Scripps, NBC, InfoSpace, Vignette, and Microsoft)
News Digital Systems (UK)
Line One (33%)
Sportal (5% through BSkyB)
Orbis - interactive gambling software
News Interactive (Aust) - including NEWS.com.au, CareerOne, AustralianIT, FOX SPORTS, CARSguide and RealEstate.com.au
PDN Xinren Information Technology (50%)
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OK, but what about -
Music


News has minor recording interests, centred in Australia -
Mushroom Records
Festival Records
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OK, but what about - 
Outdoor advertising

News Outdoor Group (NOG), established in 1999 and headquartered in Moscow, includes -
News Outdoor Bulgaria
News Outdoor Czech Republic
News Outdoor Poland (Town & City)
News Outdoor Romania
News Outdoor Russia
Kamera (Turkey)
News Outdoor Ukraine

NOG is concerned with billboards, advertising on street furniture and bus shelters, airport transit advertising and in-store point of sale displays.
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OK, but what about -
Other


Other holdings include -
Broadsystem - customer relationship management services (UK and Australia), one of the UK's top five telemarketing agencies
News Optimus - (formerly Broadsystem Ventures) telephony and telemarketing services
SmartSource Marketing - direct mail and in-store advertising, promotions and merchandising programs in Australia and New Zealand
NewsMarketing - direct mail and in-store advertising, promotions and merchandising programs in Canada
New America Marketing - direct mail and in-store advertising, promotions and merchandising programs in US
Convoys Group - UK newspaper distribution
PLD Telekon (38%) - Indonesia
Newspoll (50%) - opinion polling
Jamba (51%) - ringtones
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Bottom of list
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Nobody IN THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD EVER HAD THIS MUCH WORLD WIDE REACH. 






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Nobody IN THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD EVER HAD THIS MUCH WORLD WIDE REACH.
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Who is Responsible for Global Financial Failure?

There is ONLY one Person with the REACH to Block the Recovery.
Murdoch.
ALL we have heard for him for 3 years is BAD BAD BAD
Propaganda TRUTH - Tell the same Lie over and Over and OVer, and MOST people will believe it.
The WSJ is No longer a Financial Paper, it is NOW THE VOICE OF THE GOP.