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SiriusXM Taps Former Wall Street Journal Marketing Chief for New Subscription Role

SiriusXM has brought on Suzi Watford, the former chief marketing officer for Dow Jones and the Wall Street Journal, to oversee the satellite radio giant’s streaming subscription business, the company said on Tuesday. Watford will join SiriusXM in the newly created role of chief growth officer and report to Joe Verbrugge, SiriusXM’s chief commercial officer. […]

Fox News “Preparing” to Axe O’Reilly, Murdoch’s Wall Street Journal Reports

Calls for his resignation have spread this week while the host is on vacation.

Rupert Murdoch Opens News Corp.’s London HQ

The News Building is located next to the towering skyscraper The Shard

Dow Jones CEO Lex Fenwick Exits

William Lewis has been named interim CEO, while the company announced plans to review "the institutional strategy of Dow Jones with an eye towards changes that will deliver even more value to its customers."

Rupert Murdoch’s ‘The Sun’ to Erect Online Paywall

Mike Darcey, the CEO of News Corp.'s U.K. newspaper unit News International, says its current practice of offering all content for free on the Internet is "untenable."

News Corp. to Name Robert Thomson CEO of Publishing Company

He is currently editor in chief of "Dow Jones" and managing editor of "The Wall Street Journal."

Rupert Murdoch Tweets Support For Rick Santorum

The head of News Corp., the parent of the Fox News Channel and the Wall Street Journal, says the Republican is the "only candidate with genuine big vision for country."

Newt Gingrich ‘F–ing A–hole’ Exchange Caught by CNN, Dissected by Media (Video)

A profane Iowan voter who is not a fan of the Republican presidential hopeful is a "hero" in some circles, an "unhinged jerk" in others.

YouTube Announces TV Initiative With 100 Niche Channels

The Google-owned site's partners include BermanBraun, WWE, Ashton Kutcher and Amy Poehler.

News Corp. Ignored Wall Street Journal Circulation Inflation (Report)

According to a former employee, the media company was alerted of a plan to falsely boost WSJ Europe's circulation almost a year before publisher Les Hinton resigned.

Wall Street Journal Europe’s Publisher Resigns After Scandal

The revelation that the News Corp. owned paper cut a deal with a Netherlands company that resulted in news coverage leads to the executive’s departure.