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UK - What (Rupert Murdoch's) papers won’t say

The Spectator :: News International, owner of the Times, the Sunday Times, the News of the World and the Sun, owns approximately one third of the domestic newspaper market. And last week, Jeremy Hunt ruled that Murdoch, who owns a 39 per cent stake in BSkyB, can now buy it outright (save for Sky’s news channel). This consolidates Rupert Murdoch, the Australian-born mogul as by far the most significant media magnate in this country, wielding vast political and commercial power.

How does current market share influence news coverage (think of the recent phone-hacking scandal)?

 Watch the chart - continue to read Peter Oborne, www.spectator.co.uk

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