July 10th, 2011
02:06 PM ET

News of the World closure: a business decision?

Howard Kurtz is joined by Emily Bell, Matt Frei and Toby Harnden to discuss the phone hacking scandal consuming the UK.

Filed under: Hacking • Media • Newspapers • Politics • Rupert Murdoch • Tabloids • United Kingdom
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