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BLIND Obedience is what Murdoch gets from his Sheep & Parrot's.

Hispanics are Now #2 as a group.
Murdoch Opened a Spanish Speaking FOX TV Station to get their votes.
But, WHAT does the GOP have to Offer them?

IGNORE AT YOUR OWN PERIL 

THE MURDOCH EMPIRE
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Murdoch owns the 
#1 Newspaper in the world
With 
6 World Wide editions.
Plus, is world's leading publisher of English-language newspapers, with over 
175 titles.
He Owns the 
#1 TV Channel and 
100 World Wide TV Outlets. 
30 Book Publishing Companies. 
9 Film Production & Distribution Companies
6 Sports outlets
9 Analog and digital radio holdings include -
25 Technology and interactive holdings include -
7 Outdoor advertising

See the complete list at - 
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6-1-10
RUPERT MURDOCH is 
The MOST POWERFUL MAN IN THE  HISTORY OF THE WORLD.

THIS IS THE FIRST RECESSION THE WORLD HAS HAD SINCE MURDOCH TOOK OVER THE WSJ, the BAD EFFECTS 
OF THAT TAKEOVER CONTINUE.

The Living, up-to-date facts on 
the MOST POWERFUL MAN IN THE 
HISTORY OF THE WORLD.

Info on 
Rupert Murdoch .


MURDOCH'S HATE
NEEDS TO BE EXPOSED.
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This is what he owns.

Murdock owns -
After looking at the list
YOU will have to say
THAT CAN NOT BE GOOD.

WSJ - #1 Newspaper in the WORLD
FoxNews - #1 Cable Company
Newspapers - 

Newspapers

It isn't enough just to say he owns NEWSPAPER
WITHOUT INCLUDING THE LIST.

WSJ Editions 

Hulu - With Disney
The Cloud – which now has over 5000 public Wi-Fi hotspots across the UK 

covers -

  • book publishing
  • terrestrial broadcast, cable and satellite
  • magazines and inserts
  • film production and distribution
  • newspapers
  • sport
  • radio
  • technology and multimedia
  • music
  • outdoor advertising
  • other

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

Terrestrial 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)

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%)

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

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

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

  • 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

Community Newspaper Group
  • The Brooklyn Paper
  • Courier-Life Publications
  • TimesLedger Newspapers
  • Bronx Times Reporter Inc.

[edit]International

Dow Jones & Company

Consumer Media Group
Enterprise 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'
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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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

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

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 ScrippsNBC, 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%)

Music

News has minor recording interests, centred in Australia -

  • Mushroom Records
  • Festival Records

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.

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
On Monday, Dec 13, 2010 This ad ran in the WSJ A9
"Dow Jones and the WSJ will Never be the same." Rupert Murdoch, Dec 13 2007

And he was RIGHT,
it has been DOWNHILL EVER SINCE.

The WORLD will Never be the Same, or as good as it once was. 

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This is how the WSJ distorts the news. 
Payrolls advance - 
WSJ BAD = at a snails pace even 
as unemployment rates fall sharply to 9%
the unemployment rates fell to its lowest level in nearly 2 years.

The drop in the unemployment rate suggest that there is underlying strength in the job market --
WSJ BAD = despite tepid pace of job creation

Economy
WSJ BAD = slowly
gathering momentum.

DOW now at 12092.15
market's biggest weekly increase in two months

Question - Has Murdoch's empire ever suggested cutting executives pay?
Not that I have seen, but they 
always want to cut workers pay
especially union workers.

Marching orders from Murdoch Empire - 
do not let them unionize airport screeners.

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WSJ shareholders voted to accept Murdoch's offer On December 13, 2007

When the managing editor Marcus Brauchli resigned on April 22, 2008, the committee claimed the resignation was under pressure

McCain Nominated - Sep 4, 2008

Obama Nominated - Aug 27, 2008 

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Murdoch is THE Smart ONE
He makes $$$ on HATE
Koch Bros, and Soros spend BILLION$$$
but Murdoch uses WSJ and Fox NEWS
and HE MAKES MONEY DOING IT.
FEAR 
MURDOCH
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NOT on WSJ Front Page but SHOULD HAVE BEEN
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"Murdoch's job it is to make Obama 
look bad no matter what he does

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Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation has doubled its backing of the Republican party in advance of next month's mid-term elections by awarding $1m to 
the United States Chamber of Commerce, 
which has a stated 
intention to spend $75m on November's elections. 
Most of its money has gone into "attack adverts" targeted against Democratic candidates.
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Circulation: 1,698,990 - 9-30-2010

A FULL Page Color ad cost about $200,000
B&W Cost = about $150,000

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I am putting together an ONLINE book -

Murdoch is the MOST POWERFUL MAN IN THE  HISTORY OF THE WORLD. 

There are about 50 Chapters 
to it in the Sitemap.

The WSJ and Fox News
are the Crown Jewels in Murdoch's Empire.

The WSJ is NO LONGER -
Financial News 
now it is  
Voice of the GOP

WSJ and Fox are 
the -
Voice of the GOP

That is where the Marching Orders are given.


Take a look. 

Do me a Favor,
if you EVER see anything POSITIVE about Obama
let me know.

Thanks 
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Bloomberg reports that 
Murdoch's News Corp hires North Korean developers to create mobile phone games.
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Saudi Prince is Part Owner of Murdoch's Empire 

The second-largest holder of voting stock in News Corp. is Saudi Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal, a nephew of the Saudi king. And through his philanthropies, Waleed has given generously to initiatives pursued by the imam, Feisal Abdul Rauf

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Guess WHO Piers Morgan 
That will replace Larry King worked for.
Worked as a newspaper journalist in the United Kingdom and at age 28, became the youngest editor to date at 
Rupert Murdoch's tabloid News of the World. 
FEAR MURDOCH
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A Question I get -
Isn't Soros as bad?

How many Newspapers and TV channelsdoes Soros Own?
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He is a partial List of some that 
are on Murdoch's Payroll

They all hate Obama

Beck, 
O'Reilly, 
Hannity,
Karl Rove,
Newt,
Palin,
Charles Krauthammer,
Dick Morris

Their MOTTO is -
I work for Murdoch
and hate Obama.
What more is there to say.
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Letters to the Editor
Printed in the WSJ 
are Almost ALL Former Bush Staff
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Whenever WSJ can post bad
they put it on the FRONT PAGE.

When they can post GOOD,
WHICH IS A LOT MORE OFTEN,
THEY MAY NOT PUT IT IN THE PAPER AT ALL.

Online - They Make you Pay for
Good News. 
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How did they cover his speeches,
and Bill signings? 

The Don't.
The didn't cover the 
Hiring Teachers, Firefighters, and Police Bill?

College Education Expansion
that he talked about at TX in Austin.
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Remember - ALL we have heard for the 
past 2 years is 
Murdoch Propaganda
ALL IS BAD - 24/7,

No wonder people BELIEVE THINGS 
ARE WORSE THAN THEY REALLY ARE.

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It is ALL spelled out in - 
Case Against Murdoch - A BOOK
https://sites.google.com/site/thecaseagainstmurdochabook/
Take a look - If you have any quesions
LET ME KNOW. - Thanks


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The Week of 12-5-10 WSJ announced it will become the “preferred newspaper”  beginning in January for guests at more than 3,700 Choice Hotel properties including Comfort Inn, Quality Inn and Clarion Hotel. 
That is important because the WSJ is the Voice of the GOP

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5 British Newspapers
20 Australian
5 USA Papers
Barron's
Newswatch
9 Film studios
16 TV Broadcast and Production
18 Cable Assets
5 broadcast Satellites
21 Internet Assets
4 Magazine and Inserts
30 US and International Newspaper and Media Info Outlets
3 Book Companies
5 Misc 
And Controls the Content of over
150 Fox Network Stations. 
Nobody in HISTORY 
has been THIS POWERFUL.
NOBODY

These are some of the people on his payroll
they ALL Hate Obama.
Do YOU Know anyone that works for him that doesn't hate Obama?

Beck
O'Reilly
Hannity
Rove
Newt
Palin
Charles Krauthammer 
Fred Barnes


Their MOTTO is -
I work for Murdoch
and hate Obama.
What more is there to say.

This is the first recession 
America has had since Murdoch took over control of the Wall Street Journal.

He uses FoxNews to do 
BAD BAD BAD
24/7 about Obama.

On Fox is is ALL about how bad he is doing.

The WSJ even when they write a GOOD Fact about him, or his policies,
they add
BUT,
and then go on to explain how it is BAD. 
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Weekly Standard Magazine

Weekly Standard is a USA magazine coveringPolitical News.

The Weekly Standard, widely regarded as the bible of American neoconservative thinking, is a journal of politics and opinion with commentary on cultural and social issues. Editor Bill Kristol also runs the Project for the New American Century. 

The magazine is said to consistently lose money, and was 
funded by Rupert Murdoch to the tune of about $3 million per year until June 2009, when it was bought Clarity Media Group, which is owned by American billionaire Philip Anschutz.

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Book Update = 
I am writing a book - Rupert Murdoch
The MOST POWERFUL MAN IN THE  HISTORY OF THE WORLD.

LVKen7@Gmail.com

Take a look, and FEAR Murdoch


It is IMPORTANT to remember that 
Murdoch's WSJ World Wide Reach is telling the WORLD 
things are Bad BAD BAD 

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The GREATEST 
PROPAGANDA MACHINE 
IN THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD. 

On Sept 21,2010
Murdoch's WSJ 
proclaimed the Recession had ended.

Since then,
105 days later,
the DOW has gone UP 
967.98 Points.

WHEN IN HISTORY 
has the DOW ever gone up
that much in 105 days?
NEVER.

Today the DOW is at - 
11,721.60

I keep a SSheet to follow
the numbers.


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I updated -

I added about 
the Univ of Maryland study
on Fox News.