Murdoch: power and politics

Updated On Feb 18, 2012 03:36 PM IST
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Actor Dominic Purcell, star of the drama series "Prison Break" is interviewed at the Fox TV network summer press tour in Beverly Hills, California. Reuters/Fred Prouser View Photos in a new improved layout
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Actor Dominic Purcell, star of the drama series "Prison Break" is interviewed at the Fox TV network summer press tour in Beverly Hills, California. Reuters/Fred Prouser

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Rupert Murdoch, Chairman of News Corporation Limited stands beside the newly appointed Chairman of News Corp Europe, Mrs Letizia Moratti, outside a London Hotel where he announced the formation of News Corp Europe. PM/GB View Photos in a new improved layout
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Rupert Murdoch, Chairman of News Corporation Limited stands beside the newly appointed Chairman of News Corp Europe, Mrs Letizia Moratti, outside a London Hotel where he announced the formation of News Corp Europe. PM/GB

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The News Corporation building is seen in New York. Rupert Murdoch withdrew his bid for British broadcaster BSkyB in the face of cross-party hostility in parliament following allegations of widespread criminality at one of his tabloid newspapers. Reuters/Brendan McDermid View Photos in a new improved layout
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The News Corporation building is seen in New York. Rupert Murdoch withdrew his bid for British broadcaster BSkyB in the face of cross-party hostility in parliament following allegations of widespread criminality at one of his tabloid newspapers. Reuters/Brendan McDermid

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The Dow Jones news ticker in New York's Times Square displays the headline that Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. has made a deal to buy Dow Jones & Company for some $5 billion. Reuters/Mike Segar View Photos in a new improved layout
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The Dow Jones news ticker in New York's Times Square displays the headline that Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. has made a deal to buy Dow Jones & Company for some $5 billion. Reuters/Mike Segar

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Rebekah Brooks (R) Chief Executive of News International and Rupert Murdoch Chairman of News Corporation leave from his London residence shortly after his arrival in Britain. AFP Photo/ Max Nash View Photos in a new improved layout
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Rebekah Brooks (R) Chief Executive of News International and Rupert Murdoch Chairman of News Corporation leave from his London residence shortly after his arrival in Britain. AFP Photo/ Max Nash

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Printer James Bradley reads the final edition of the British tabloid newspaper News of the World as it rolls off the press at the News International print works in Waltham Cross, Hertfordshire. AFP Photo View Photos in a new improved layout
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Printer James Bradley reads the final edition of the British tabloid newspaper News of the World as it rolls off the press at the News International print works in Waltham Cross, Hertfordshire. AFP Photo

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Demonstrators from the campaign group 'Avaaz' protest outside the Queen Elizabeth II centre in London, as BSkyB hold their annual general meeting. James Murdoch, son of News Corp chief Rupert Murdoch, is expected to face calls from shareholders to resign as chairman of BSkyB, amid continued allegations of phone hacking by News International publication The News of the World. AFP PHOTO/CARL COURT View Photos in a new improved layout
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Demonstrators from the campaign group 'Avaaz' protest outside the Queen Elizabeth II centre in London, as BSkyB hold their annual general meeting. James Murdoch, son of News Corp chief Rupert Murdoch, is expected to face calls from shareholders to resign as chairman of BSkyB, amid continued allegations of phone hacking by News International publication The News of the World. AFP PHOTO/CARL COURT

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A combination of file pictures shows Sir Paul Stephenson (L) Commissioner of the British Metropolitan Police, and Assitant Commissioner John Yates, both who resigned from their jobs over the phone hacking scandal. AFP PHOTO/STAFF View Photos in a new improved layout
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A combination of file pictures shows Sir Paul Stephenson (L) Commissioner of the British Metropolitan Police, and Assitant Commissioner John Yates, both who resigned from their jobs over the phone hacking scandal. AFP PHOTO/STAFF

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