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July 17th, 2011
02:03 PM ET

Is Murdoch's empire falling apart?

As Rebekah Brooks is arrested, our panel of Michael Wolff, David Folkenflik and Sarah Smith debates the worldwide fallout of the phone hacking scandal.


Filed under: Hacking • Media • Politics • Rupert Murdoch • United Kingdom
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  1. Wobbles

    A 35 billion dollar empire is not going to collapse easily and Murdoch probably has many important folks in his back pocket. His news empire will survive and in time, he (or his heirs) will be again able to expand the organization into other news and entertainment areas.

    July 18, 2011 at 10:21 am | Reply
  2. Ed618

    Mr. Kurtz, Assuming you are aware of Media Matters' self proclaimed war against FNC, isn't it irresponsible to blindly accept their claim about the hacking story without independent verification?

    July 17, 2011 at 9:36 pm | Reply

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