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The Man Who Owns The News: Inside The Secret World Of Rupert Murdoch
 
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Author : Michael Wolff
Publisher : Broadway Books
ISBN# : 978-0-7679-2952-3
Pages : 456
Price :INR 945
Offer Price:INR 841
 
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Book Description
If Rupert Murdoch isn`t making headlines, he`s buying the media outlets that generate the headlines-from the Fox network and Fox News, to MySpace, to the New York Post and the Wall Street Journal-and that influence every aspect of American politics and culture. He may be the most powerful man of the age-and, many would argue, the most frightening. In nine months of interviews, Michael Wolff has had more access to Murdoch and his associates and family than any journalist has ever been granted. This is the story of Murdoch as Machiavellian titan, as overbearing (but doting) father, as love-struck husband (of a woman forty years his junior), and as the most cynical and brilliant newsman who has ever lived. Written in the incisive and compelling style that has made Wolff`s Vanity Fair column such a must-read-and with a new foreword and afterword detailing the reaction Murdoch had to the book as well as his tumultuous relationship with and abhorrence of the Internet and its effects on his newspaper industry-The Man Who Owns the News reveals a host of new details about Murdoch`s business, his family, his hopes for the future, and other media companies he yet wants to own. The Man Who Owns the News is an epic for our time.
 
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