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  • Mar. 30, 2009, 10:21 AM
    Disney (DIS) plays the field, reportedly holding talks about video distribution with both Hulu (NWS, GE) and YouTube (GOOG).
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  • Mar. 16, 2009, 1:12 PM
    Wall Street Journal (NWS), one of web video provider Brightcove's flagship clients, is now plugging directly into Limelight Networks (LLNW) content delivery network, Silicon Alley Insider discovers.
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  • Feb. 27, 2009, 1:47 PM
    The talk around the pool at Barry Diller’s annual brunch in Beverly Hills last weekend was not about who would win an Oscar the following day. It was about what Peter Chernin will do once he leaves News Corp. (NWS).
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  • Feb. 25, 2009, 3:22 PM
    Two days after Rupert Murdoch's love affair with print media helped drive away longtime lieutenant Peter Chernin, News Corp. (NWS) insiders say he's "fervently" talking about a play for the LA Times - which could make easier prey than his other obsession, the NY Times (NYT).
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  • Feb. 23, 2009, 4:25 PM
    Peter Chernin, the highly regarded president of News Corp. (NWS) "who has paved the way for the global media giant on Wall Street and in Hollywood," is leaving. With no obvious successor, the departure catches NWS at a particularly vulnerable time. NWS +2.7% AH. (LA Times)
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  • Feb. 5, 2009, 4:15 PM
    News Corp. (NWS): FQ2 EPS of $0.12 misses by $0.07. Revenue of $7.87B (-8.4%) vs. $8.39B. "Our results for the quarter are a direct reflection of the grim economic climate. While we anticipated a weakening, the downturn is more severe and likely longer lasting than previously thought." Shares -2.6% AH. (PR)
  • Feb. 4, 2009, 2:00 PM
    Americans viewed 14.3B online videos in Dec., comScore says, with Google (GOOG) growing its leading market share to 41.2%. Hulu's (NWS, GE) share jumped 6% to 1.7% with 241M videos viewed. Now can someone please explain how videos viewed way outnumbers total searches?
  • Jan. 21, 2009, 11:46 AM
    Wall Street Journal (NWS) has received several envelopes containing an unknown white powder. Security staff is investigating the matter.
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  • Jan. 12, 2009, 8:54 AM
    Warner Bros.' (TWX) plan to release Watchmen in March may proceed after all as the studio and 20th Century Fox (NWS) are in serious talks to settle their dispute over rights to the superhero film, and have asked a judge to delay a ruling to block its release.
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  • Jan. 9, 2009, 1:07 PM
    Obama urges Congress to extend the digital TV deadline. Way to go Consumer Union. Good news for NBC (GE), News (NWS) et al, who will lose viewers if TVs suddenly go dark.
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  • Jan. 7, 2009, 9:47 AM
    Warner Bros.'s (TWX) Watchmen, the film already being heralded as "the Citizen Kane of comic book adaptations," may never be watched if 20th Century Fox (NWS) has its way. Fox wants Watchmen's March release blocked after a judge ruled it, and not TWX, owns distribution rights.
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  • Jan. 5, 2009, 3:07 PM
    ComScore's online video rankings for November: Google (GOOG) cleaned up, with 40.3% of market share (Fox (NWS) was next with 3.5%). Overall videos viewed by U.S. surfers: 12.7B, up 34% vs. last year (that's 41.5 videos for every man, woman and child in the U.S.).
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  • Dec. 31, 2008, 3:23 AM
    Dell (DELL) reached its target of carbon neutrality, but that may mean less than many green investors hoped. Among other firms lining up behind the ideal (but perhaps not the reality): Google (GOOG), Yahoo (YHOO) and News Corp. (NWS).
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  • Dec. 26, 2008, 7:26 AM
    Thanks to customer demand, Gannett's (GCI) flagship USA Today becomes the latest paper to be sold through Kindle (AMZN). Kindle's five top-selling newspapers: New York Times, WSJ (NWS), Washington Post (WPO), Financial Times (TRI), Chicago Tribune.
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  • Dec. 24, 2008, 10:30 AM
    The Washington Post (WPO) and the Baltimore Sun will start sharing content to save money. Are the New York Times (NYT) and New York Post (NWS) next?
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  • Dec. 23, 2008, 8:47 AM
    News Corp.'s (NWS) stake in German TV station Premiere could 'theoretically' exceed 50%, says Premiere CEO Mark Williams. News Corp., with a 25.01% stake, plans to backstop a new rights issue aimed at raising €450M for the German firm.
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News Corp is a diversified media and information services company focused on creating and distributing authoritative and engaging content to consumers and businesses.