Hulu’s technology types are “very, very focused” on making sure that its upcoming live streaming service won’t suffer from some of the technical snafus that have irked some DirecTV Now subscribers, Fox CEO James Murdoch told analysts today. 408 more words
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Everyone knew that Fox ended 2016 strongly with help from an exciting 7-game World Series, and an even more exciting political season boosting news viewers and ads. 285 more words
The CEO and the Executive Chairman of 21st Century Fox today planted their tenuous flag on the travel ban executive order of President Donald Trump – and James Murdoch and Lachlan Murdoch “know this is a time of real uncertainty for many of our colleagues around the world,” according to a memo released Monday. 689 more words
21st Century Fox leaders James Murdoch and Lachlan Murdoch have joined the chorus of corporate leaders weighing in on President Trump’s controversial travel ban affecting Syrian refugees and citizens of six other Middle Eastern nations. 506 more words
Why the wide-eyed Aussies may have bitten off more than they can chew.
What our mainly mendacious Health Secretary depicted as “an early stage of talks” last week – in order to deflect political flak – this morning turns out to be a done deal in which he and former Ogilvy & Mather media bigwig Mike Elms are set to pocket just over £14million each. 742 more words
James Murdoch praised 21st Century Fox for moving quickly to remove Fox News chief Roger Ailes in the wake of sexual harassment allegations.
“We did a good job in acting decisively,” Murdoch, who serves as the company’s CEO, told an investor-heavy audience at Monday’s UBS Global Media and Communications Conference. 182 more words
Fox CEO James Murdoch gave Fox News a post-election vote of confidence, calling its prospects for 2017 “strong,” at an investor gathering today.
Although news ratings have dropped since the election, and “are likely to be harder” in 2017, rivals CNN and MSNBC “dropped down more than we have in the aftermath,” he told the UBS Global Media and Communications Conference. 258 more words