|Born||September 8, 1971|
|Hometown||Wimbledon, United Kingdom|
|Spouse||Sarah Murdoch (m 1999 - present)|
|Children||Aidan Patrick Murdoch , Aerin Elisabeth Murdoch , Aidan Patrick Murdoch , Kalan Alexander Murdoch , Kalan Alexander Murdoch|
|Parents||Anna Murdoch Mann , Rupert Murdoch|
Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity And Bret Baier Among Names On Fox And Dominion’s Witness List; Judge Doubts Rupert Murdoch’s Claim Of Hardship In Appearing For Live Testimony — Update
- UPDATE, 12:39 PM ET: The judge presiding over Dominion’s defamation case against Fox pushed back on the network’s attorneys for their argument that Rupert Murdoch would be unable to testify live in the upcoming trial. In a hearing on Tuesday, Delaware Superior Court Judge Eric Davis cited a letter he received from the Fox legal […]
Murdoch scraps proposal to combine Fox, News Corp
- Hot Stock Minute
Will Rupert Murdoch Show Up When Fox News Squares Off Against Dominion?
Fox News is about to have one of its biggest events in years, and everyone from CEO Suzanne Scott to prominent anchors like Tucker Carlson and Maria Bartiromo to primetime chief Meade Cooper is likely to attend some part of it. If Fox’s parent company has its way, however, Rupert Murdoch, the guiding force behind […]Thanks for your feedback!
- U.S.ABC News
Dominion accuses Fox News of redacting 'embarrassing' materials in defamation case
An attorney for Dominion Voting Systems accused Fox News on Wednesday of improperly redacting internal materials that the network was forced to hand over as part of Dominion's billion-dollar defamation suit against it. The claim came during a pivotal summary judgment hearing in which each side has asked the judge to rule in their favor before the case is set to head to trial next month. Dominion's $1.6 billion suit accuses Fox News of knowingly pushing false conspiracy theories about the votinThanks for your feedback!
- U.S.The Wrap
Judge in Fox vs. Dominion Case Challenges Network Argument That Top Execs ‘Didn’t Have the Power’ to Stop Election Lies
"Is Fox’s position that executives didn’t have the power to stop Lou Dobbs?" Delaware Judge Eric Davis asked network lawyersThanks for your feedback!
Fox And Dominion Attorneys Wrap Up Arguments In Defamation Hearing, But No Ruling Yet From Judge – Update
2ND UPDATE, 10:05 AM: A Delaware court judge did not rule in favor of either Fox or Dominion as each side seeks a ruling ahead of the election systems company’s $1.6 billion defamation suit. During the past two days, attorneys for both sides have asked Judge Eric Davis to rule in their favor on motions […]Thanks for your feedback!
Fifth Time’s a Charm! All About Rupert Murdoch’s Fiancée—And His Previous Four Wives
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- EntertainmentThe Hollywood Reporter
Fox Studio Lot Getting Major Expansion to Ramp Up Production
Rupert Murdoch’s Fox Corp. is expanding its legendary Century City studio lot. The proposed Fox Future Studio Lot promises another nine new soundstages, to bring the total number to 24, and will add new production facilities and commercial office space. Fox owns the former 20th Century Fox complex and leased the facility to Disney for […]Thanks for your feedback!
- PoliticsThe Guardian
Tucker Carlson firestorm over Trump texts threatens to engulf Fox News
The network is facing a $1.6bn false-claims lawsuit – and its top star’s private texts about the ex-president are causing anguishThanks for your feedback!
- U.S.The Guardian
‘Lachlan’s in the mire’: Fox News case spells trouble for Murdoch heir
Rupert Murdoch’s eldest son, who oversaw the network’s slavishly pro-Trump line, features prominently in evidence revealed in the Dominion Voting Systems defamation lawsuitThanks for your feedback!
- BusinessLA Times
Lachlan Murdoch's praise of Fox News CEO comes amid questions over defamation scandal fallout
Fox Corp. Executive Chairman Lachlan Murdoch said Suzanne Scott is doing a "tremendous job" running Fox News amid negative publicity from evidence in Dominion Voting Systems' lawsuit.Thanks for your feedback!
- PoliticsWashington Post
What key players at Fox News said about the network and its viewers
The $1.6 billion defamation case against Fox News has given the public a rare look at the inner workings of the conservative cable-news giant - including what its executives and top personalities privately had to say about their colleagues, their company and its viewers. Emails and text messages sent among major players at the network, including figures like Rupert Murdoch and Tucker Carlson, reveal that many disbelieved the claims of election fraud aired by Donald Trump allies on Fox programs -Thanks for your feedback!