Brits Reject the Stupidity of Fox News Forcing Executives to Take it Off the Air
The first time I watched Fox News, I genuinely thought it was satire. Having moved to Los Angeles as a teenager from London, England, I had grown up watching the BBC, ITV and Channel 4 for news. While incredibly dry and often off putting, they all had serious presenters ...read more
The Morning Banter: Circumcision Rage, Stephen Fry Annihilates the Daily Mail, Powerful Trayvon Martin Ad, Vice Selling Out?
It's Tuesday morning people, and the week is far from over. You've probably got a lot of work on and need to buckle down and get on with it. So why are you reading this? Because let's face it, reading the internet is FAR more entertaining. Here's our guide to what you should ...read more
Tony Blair Grilled Over Relationship With Rupert Murdoch
Tony Blair has told the Leveson inquiry that Rupert Murdoch did not lobby him directly over media policy when he was prime minister and highlighted examples where his government had gone against the News Corporation founder's wishes. Blair said on Monday that he and Murdoch had ...read more
Murdoch's Rotten Empire a Reflection of Himself
By Ben Cohen: The news that Rupert Murdoch has confessed to there being a "cover-up" at News International over the phone-hacking scandal at the Leveson inquiry should come as no surprise to anyone. Under serious public scrutiny, Murdoch has done his best at the inquiry to play ...read more