August 10th, 2014
12:16 PM ET

What will Murdoch do next?

Rupert Murdoch withdrew his bid for Time Warner earlier this week, but is that the end of the story? Brian Stelter asked New Yorker staff writer Ken Auletta, who has covered Murdoch and the media business for decades.

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  1. Iwitte Le Sneuse

    About the only good thing that we might get from Murdoch is increased news and punditry that is scheduled over at Faux, instead of the TOTALLY OUT OF PLACE REALITY CRIME SHOWS AND OTHER IMPERTINENT REALITY SHOW B.S. WE NOW GET ON CNN INSTEAD OF THE NEWS. Play your goddam ratings game. CNN is no longer the "World News Leader". Instead we get John Walsh who should be right over there on the non-history, History Channel. Sold out for ratings and a hugely faulty Billion Dollar Baby that has crushed good news coverage along with reducing CNN to regurgitating crime stories while the world is going to hell at 8 a.m. Gaza and Ukraine time. Methinks it's about time to, similar but not the same as ZNN, start up the parody of SNN. You can figure out the multiple acronyms that might arise. I'm Sheep Blitzer, this is SNN. (I did not invent the nickname. It arose during the dawn of the Wolf at the old CNN, and among guess which circles.)

    August 10, 2014 at 4:24 pm | Reply

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