Definition of Rupert Murdoch
1. Noun. United States publisher (born in Australia in 1931).
Geographical relationships: Australia, Commonwealth Of Australia
Generic synonyms: Publisher
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Literary usage of Rupert Murdoch
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1. Copyright Licensing Regimes Covering Retransmissioon of Broadcast Signals edited by Howard Coble (2001)
"Even Mr. Rupert Murdoch, while attempting last year to blame the problem solely on unscrupulous subscribers, admitted how easily anyone can violate the law: ..."
2. Globalization of the Mass MediaSocial (1994)
"is a publicly-owned company, founded by Rupert Murdoch and headquartered in Sydney, ... Even Rupert Murdoch Has His Limits. Bus. Wk., Oct. 2, 1989, at 34. ..."
3. The Battle Over Britain by Philip Dodd (1995)
"In her fight against the 'Establishment', Mrs Thatcher had a comrade in arms in Rupert Murdoch. Through the setting up of Sky as much as through The Sun, ..."
4. Road Trip USA: Cross-Country Adventures on America's Two-Lane Highways by Jamie Jensen (2006)
"One of this century's most powerful and influential Americans (the Rupert Murdoch of his day), Hearst inherited the land, and most of his fortune, ..."
5. A Lifelong Passion: Nicholas and Alexandra: Their Own Story by Andrei Maylunas (2005)
"Newspapers owned by Rupert Murdoch published 55.7 percent positive and 23.7 percent negative articles compared to 68.0 percent positive and 13.7 percent ..."
6. Contested Skies: Trans-Australia Airlines Australian Airlines 1946-1992 by John Gunn (1999)
"In early July Rupert Murdoch and Sir Peter Abeles announced that Sir Lenox would join Ansett Transport Industries as a consultant ..."
7. Media and Democracy in South Africa by Jane Duncan, Mandla Seleoane (1998)
"In the same year as Rowland's takeover of the Observer was approved, Rupert Murdoch made similar undertakings as part of his takeover of the Times, London, ..."