MarketWatch  Dec 11  Comment 
"Birdman," the feature film about a washed-up actor who tries to reclaim past glory by directing a Broadway play, and "Fargo," FX's miniseries that reconstitutes the hit 1996 film, led all prospects in Golden Globe nominations on Thursday. The...
Benzinga  Dec 10  Comment 
News Corp (NASDAQ: NWSA) chief executive gave a full-throated defense of its newspaper business Tuesday, telling analysts that the value of print is increasing. CEO Robert J. Thomson also said he sees potential for further consolidation in...
Forbes  Dec 10  Comment 
We are in the thick of the so-called awards season, as the various critics groups and related associations hand out their various nods for what is theoretically the best that the movie industry had to offer in 2014. For the moment I'd like to make...
The Australian  Dec 10  Comment 
THE global chief executive of News Corp says print advertising has become even more valuable in a “digitally discursive age”.
Forbes  Dec 9  Comment 
The global release of Fox's limited series Wayward Pines, the first TV foray for director M. Night Shyamalan, in a record 125 territories is a sign of the global push by U.S. content companies. It also is the kind of spectacle that may suit the...
New York Times  Dec 8  Comment 
The Brooklyn-based Vice, known for its gritty style and popularity with millennial audiences, will produce at least two low-budget films annually with Fox.
Forbes  Dec 5  Comment 
Thumbnail: Exodus: Gods and Kings is explicitly designed to serve several opposing demographics and thus succeeds in entertaining none of them. The Box Office: Exodus: Gods and Kings comes to us courtesy of 20th Century Fox, which is distributing...


News Corporation (NYSE:NWS) is a diversified broadcast and print media company whose subsidiaries include the Fox Broadcasting Company, Twentieth Century Fox, MySpace, SKY Italia, Dow Jones & Company, The Wall Street Journal and Barron's.

News Corp receives over a third of its revenues from advertising and, therefore, stands to lose significantly from a reduction in overall advertising spending, which is highly correlated with economic booms and recessions.[1] The company also receives nearly half of its revenues from outside the United States and this international exposure shielded the company from the full effects of the credit crunch and financial crisis.[2] Along with a host of smaller competitors, News Corp competes with a number of large media conglomerates like Time Warner, The Walt Disney Company, CBS and Viacom.

After the company acquired popular social network MySpace in 2005, MySpace lost its top ranking in social networking sites to Facebook. In March 2010, a rumor began circulating that MySpace's struggles have News Corp frantically trying to sell the site for approximately $700 million.[3]

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