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News Corp journalist quits gay rights lobby's board after being 'targeted ...
“How can NSW GLRL call out the trans hate from News Corp when one of its national journos sits on the board?” Rodney Chiang-Cruise wrote on Twitter.
LGBTI activists force News Corp journo to quit NSW Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby  The Australian
Former News Corp. Exec David Haslingden Sells Business to Blue Ant (EXCLUSIVE)
Producer, distributor, and channel operator Blue Ant Media has bought Racat Group, the media firm set up by former Fox Networks Group president and Rupert Murdoch lieutenant David Haslingden.
News Corp takes aim at Queensland with united media buying offer after ARM deal
On the back of its recent acquisition of ARM News Corp has launched a new media buying offer in a bid to lure more advertisers to the disperse and fragmented Queensland market, branding the solution QPower.
Up to 70 News Corp Australia photographers made redundant
News Corp Australia, which posted a second-quarter loss of $287m in February and cited impairments in the Australian newspaper business as a key factor, is expected to target production staff, including subeditors and designers, next.
News Corp Australia outsourcing drive sees up to 70 photographers let go  The Drum
Internet bully doesn't speak for the LGBTIQ community
Being employed as a journalist for News Corp Australia. I've worked for News for three years. I became involved with the GLRL about a year ago and was formally elected as a committee member in late 2016.
News Corp. shares rise after earnings beat
News Corp. posted adjusted fiscal third-quarter earnings of 7 cents per share on revenue of $1.98 billion, up 5 percent year-over-year from $1.89 billion.
Ten's woes wipe out Foxtel's profit, putting a dent in News Corp' ...  The Sydney Morning Herald
News Corp quarterly revenue beats on higher ad revenue  Reuters
TV 'spooked' by Corby tell-all
LEGAL fears surrounding any TV tell-all with Schapelle Corby is believed to have spooked Australia's major networks out of confirming a deal with the convicted drug smuggler.
News Corp Australia Network  The Cairns Post
Schapelle Corby is finally free after a decade in Bali  The West Australian
News Corp close to break even in third quarter
Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation improved to near break even in the third quarter thanks primarily to the absence of a $US280 million settlement charge it incurred last year.
Australia's grand mufti wins defamation case over News Corp articles
Australia's grand mufti has won a defamation case over News Corp articles depicting him as an “unwise” monkey and asserting he had failed to condemn the 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris.
News Corp global revenue up 5%
News Corp chief executive Robert Thomson said: "At news and information services, while print advertising remains volatile, we saw some moderation this quarter.
News Corp earnings beat estimates  The Australian
News Corp revenues nears $2bn to 'break even', as CEO Robert Thomson ...  The Drum