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'''News Corporation''' is the parent holding company of many of the world's most ubiquitous brand names. Controlled by media baron Sir [[Rupert Murdoch]], it is presently the largest media holding company in the world.
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'''News Corporation''' is the parent holding company of many of the world's most ubiquitous media brand names. Controlled by media baron Sir [[Rupert Murdoch]], it is presently the largest media holding company in the world.
  
 
The following are wholly owned or controlled by News Corp:
 
The following are wholly owned or controlled by News Corp:

Revision as of 17:32, 27 August 2009

News Corporation is the parent holding company of many of the world's most ubiquitous media brand names. Controlled by media baron Sir Rupert Murdoch, it is presently the largest media holding company in the world.

The following are wholly owned or controlled by News Corp:

Film Media/Entertainment:

  • 20th Century Fox
  • 20th Century Fox Espanol
  • 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
  • 20th Century Fox International
  • 20th Century Fox Television
  • Fox Searchlight Pictures
  • Fox Studios Austrailia
  • Fox Studios Baja
  • Fox Studios LA
  • Fox Television Studios
  • Blue Sky Studios

Television:

  • FOX Broadcasting Company
  • FOX Sports Australia
  • FOX Television Stations
  • FOXTEL
  • MyNetworkTV
  • STAR

Cable:

  • Fox Movie Channel
  • Fox News Channel
  • Fox College Sports
  • Fox Sports Enterprises
  • Fox Sports En Espanol
  • Fox Sports Net
  • Fox Soccer Channel
  • Fox Reality
  • Fuel TV
  • FX
  • National Geographic Channel United States
  • National Geographic Channel Worldwide
  • Speed
  • Stats, Inc.

Newspapers:

Australasia

  • Daily Telegraph
  • Fiji Times
  • Gold Coast Bulletin
  • Herald Sun
  • Newsphotos
  • Newspix
  • Newstext
  • NT News
  • Post-Courier
  • Sunday Herald Sun
  • Sunday Mail
  • Sunday Tasmanian
  • Sunday Territorian
  • Sunday Times
  • The Advertiser
  • The Australian
  • The Courier-Mail
  • The Mercury
  • The Sunday Mail
  • The Sunday Telegraph
  • Weekly Times

United Kingdom

  • News International
  • News of the World
  • The Sun
  • The Sunday Times
  • The Times
  • Times Literary Supplement

United States

Direct Broadcast Satellite Television