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Gayby Baby: Out Of The Mouth of Piers Akerman who never bothered to see it.

Whatever the Daily Telegraph pays Piers Akerman to spread his unique brand of ‘commentary’, it’s not enough. So if you’re reading this Rupert Murdoch, double the man’s salary.Akerman’s column this week attacking the independent Australian documentary, Gayby Baby – and the Tele’s complementary campaign of smearing shit all over itself and then grinning like a five-year-old – has done more than any hard working publicist could ever do to promote a film that every Australian should see. 14 more words


Rebekah Brooks to Return to News Corp. as Head of U.K. Division (Report)

Rebekah Brooks is returning to her former post as head of Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp, according to the Financial Times.

The former CEO of the U.K. 156 more words


Rebekah Brooks Will Return To Pre-Scandal Perch At News Corp UK: Reports

Rebekah Brooks and Rupert Murdoch appear to be thisclose again. British press reports Friday said that Brooks has agreed to return to her former post as head of News Corp’s newspaper division, and News Corp wasn’t denying it: “As we ‎have said, we have been having discussions with Rebekah Brooks and when we have any announcements to make we will let you know,” a News Corp spokesman told the… 215 more words

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Rebekah Brooks is going back to work for Rupert Murdoch

Rebekah Brooks, the central figure in the phone-hacking scandal that engulfed Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp, is returning to the company as the chief executive of its U.K. 196 more words


Indian TV Exec Indrani Mukerjea Arrested for Murder

Indrani Mukerjea, a prominent Indian TV executive and wife of Peter Mukerjea, the former CEO of Star India, was arrested Wednesday in Mumbai and accused of murdering Sheena Bora, a woman thought to have been her sister. 251 more words


M for Marshmallow

Google’s operating systems have so far taken the name of a sweet-treat; this trend continues as the latest release Android 6.0 is now called… 117 more words


News Corp Editors Dismayed By End Of Photoshop Trial Period

Daily Telegraph editor Colin Sludge is one of many News Corp editors left with no idea what to put on the front page of their newspapers now the company’s initial four week trial download of Photoshop has expired. 184 more words

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