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  1. James Murdoch Touts News Corp.'s Cable Channels, Talks Sports Deals

    8:46 am 2/25/2013

    The son of Rupert Murdoch says the conglomerate isn't missing key assets ahead of its split and discusses Comcast's decision to buy full control of NBCUniversal.Read more

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  2. Phone Hacking: 6 New U.K. Arrests

    6:24 am 2/13/2013

    In a new line of inquiry, police officers in London detain former "News of the World" journalists who now work for News Corp.'s "The Sun."Read more

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  3. Phone Hacking: Sarah Ferguson, Hugh Grant Among 143 to Win Damages

    3:35 am 2/8/2013

    Seventeen people receive high court apology from News International.Read more

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  4. News International to End Phone-Hacking Victim Compensation Scheme

    6:29 am 2/4/2013

    The arm of Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. will shut down the program, which was launched in 2011 and has paid millions to victims.Read more

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  5. U.K. Police Officer Sentenced to 15 Months in Jail in Tabloid Bribery Case

    3:38 am 2/1/2013

    The detective was found guilty of trying to sell information about the phone hacking probe to the now-shuttered "News of the World" tabloid of Rupert Murdoch's News Corp.Read more

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  6. Harold Evans Slams U.K. Newspapers' 'Cynicism and Arrogance' After Leveson Investigation

    7:03 am 1/29/2013

    The ex-Sunday Times editor gives his verdict on the report's proposals in the wake of the phone-hacking scandal that engulfed The News of the World and The Sun.Read more

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  7. Prince Harry Criticizes Media, Makes Phone Hacking Reference

    10:37 am 1/22/2013

    In a series of interviews that British outlets could only air or write about with delay, the royal also discussed his Las Vegas nude photos and Kate Middleton's pregnancy.Read more

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  8. U.K. Charges A 'Sun' Editor as Rupert Murdoch Visits London

    8:52 am 1/22/2013

    The News Corp. boss will reportedly meet with independent directors who must confirm the appointment of the new editor of the London Times.Read more

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  9. European Union Report Proposes Stricter Media Regulation

    1:29 am 1/22/2013

    It proposes EU-wide rules in such areas as libel laws and media councils with the right to impose fines and order apologies by media outlets.Read more

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  10. News of the World Scandal: Detective Who Tried To Sell Secrets Found Guilty

    7:52 am 1/10/2013

    Counter terrorist officer April Casburn tried to sell intel to a journalist working at Rupert Murdoch's now-defunct tabloid.Read more

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