|会社名||News Corp (New) （ニュ―ズ・コ―プ）|
|分野（sector）||Consumer Services 消費者サービス|
|概要||事業概要 ニュース(News Corporation)は世界中の消費者および企業にコンテンツを作成し、配信することに重点を置いた多角経営のメディア・情報サービス会社である。同社はニュースと情報サービス、書類出版、デジタル不動産サービス、ケーブルネットワークプログラミング、とその他の5つの事業を運営する。ニュースと情報サービス事業はダウ・ジョーンズ、ニュース・コーポレーション・オーストラリア（ニュース・リミテッドおよびその子会社を含む）、ニューズ・UK、ニューヨーク・ポストおよびニュー・ジャーナル・マーケティングから構成される。書類出版事業は消費者向け出版社であるHarperCollins Publishers（子会社および関連会社、HarperCollinsと共に）で構成される。デジタル不動産サービス事業はREA Group Limited（REA Group）に対する持分、およびMove、Inc.（Move）に対する持分で構成される。ケーブルネットワークプログラミング事業はオーストラリアのスポーツ番組プロバイダーであるFOX SPORTS Australiaで構成される。 ニュ―ズ・コ―プは米国の大手メディア企業。世界各地にニュ―スや情報サ―ビスを提供する。同社はダウ・ジョ―ンズ、ニュ―ズ・コ―プ・オ―ストラリア、ニュ―ズUKなどを所有。新聞では「ウォ―ル・ストリ―ト・ジャ―ナル」、「ザ・タイムズ」、「ザ・サン」を発行、ケ―ブルテレビではFOXスポ―ツを放送。出版業も展開。本社所在地はニューヨーク。|
|本社所在地||1211 Avenue of the Americas New York NY 10036 USA|
|代表者氏名||Keith Rupert Murdoch キース・ルパート・マードック|
|代表者役職名||Executive Chairman of the Board 取締役会長|
|市場名||NASDAQ National Market System|
|決算概要||決算概要 BRIEF: For the fiscal year ended 30 June 2018 News Corp revenues increased 11% to $9.02B. Net loss applicable to common stockholders excluding extraordinary items increased 81% to $1.34B. Revenues reflect Cable Network Programming segment increase from $494M to $1B Digital Real Estate Services segment increase of 22% to $1.14B Australasia and other segment increase of 26% to $3.26B U.S and Canada segment increase of 3% to $4B.|
News Corp strikes $75m deal with NRL to prop up 2023 Redcliffe expansion 2021/10/04 04:06:54 TheAge
As part of the deal the NRL has pledged to reduce the number of free-to-air games involving the Brisbane Broncos, which is part owned by News Corp.
Fighting Spirit a timely tribute to victims, volunteers from Black Summer bushfires 2021/10/02 02:18:00 News com AU
BlazeAid co-founder Kevin Butler says the book dedicated to the 2019 Black Summer bushfires is a timely tribute to ordinary Australians who assisted in the helping victims get back on their feet. The new work titled ''Fighting Spirit'', a joint production by News Corp Australia and the National Resilience and Recovery Agency, offers a photographic tribute to survivors and volunteers impacted by the deadly fires which claimed the lives of 33 people across the country. Speaking to Sky News Australia, Mr Butler said the book was "absolutely timely" for two main reasons. "One, it recognises that the huge efforts done by ordinary Australians right around Australia through getting involved with charities like Blazeaid, fighting the fires, all our emergency services, all the amazing people that donated so that we could get these people back on their feet," he said. Also, its so timely because we know were having a ripper of a season on the eastern coast of Australia and were going to get all the forests and grasses are going to dry out in a few months time and were going to have horrific fires again.
ASX 200 delivers best day of 2021 Z1P, WES & NWS shares in focus 2021/09/30 23:18:19 Rask Australia (Media)
The S&P/ASX 200 (INDEXASX:XJO) finished the month on an extremely strong note, closing 1.9% higher. Zip (ASX:Z1P) shares are making headlines.
News Corps Aussie pay TV giant Foxtel aims for 5M subs, streaming growth 2021/09/30 15:33:46 New York Post
Foxtel CEO Patrick Delaney added that his streaming service is the "disruptor of the Australian media industry."
J-Mac writes EXCLUSIVELY for News Corp on Epsom Handicap eve 2021/09/30 14:30:00 News com AU
Epsom day has been good to me in recent years, long may it continue I hope.
News Corp. shares rise on narrowed loss as revenue jumps 30 percent 2021/08/06 15:58:26 New York Post
News Corp. said its quarterly revenue jumped 30 percent, driven by growth in its digital real-estate, book-publishing and newspaper divisions.
China Daily attacks News Corp reporter Sharri Markson over Wuhan lab leak coverage 2021/08/06 06:12:34 The Sydney Morning Herald
As the lab leak theory has gained traction, Chinese state-owned media outlets taken aim at News Corp reporter Sharri Markson.
News Corp to Acquire OPIS - valdostadailytimes.com 2021/08/06 01:00:45 Valdosta Daily Times
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News Corp declares best financial year since 2013, says Foxtels future is bright 2021/08/05 22:11:27 WA Today
The result was boosted by growth in digital subscriptions, a strong profit at Dow Jones and record subscriber growth at Foxtel.
YouTubes Sky News ban ignites fresh News Corp fury 2021/08/05 01:55:31 TheAge
Comments from broadcaster Alan Jones prompted YouTube to ban Sky News for a week. The move has given Sky presenters fresh ammunition, and frustrated senior News Corp executives.
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Global Print Advertising Distribution Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Impact and Recovery to 2030 - ResearchAndMarkets.com 2021/07/15 14:21:00 Business Wire
DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Print Advertising Distribution Global Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Impact and Recovery to 2030" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com''s offering. The global print advertising distribution market is expected to grow from $13.2 billion in 2020 to $13.55 billion in 2021 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 2.7%. Major players in the print advertising distribution market are Transcontinental Inc., Bertelsmann Printing Group, News Corp, Gannett Company I
Bill O''Reilly''s sexual harassment accuser breaks 17-year-old NDA 2021/07/14 12:50:02 AlterNet
Andrea Mackis, the Fox News producer who accused former Fox pundit Bill O''Reilly of four years of sexual harassment, opened up about her experiences on Tuesday to The Daily Beast, revealing a much fuller picture of both the her abuse and tumultous settlement process. Breaking her non-disclosure agreement, Mackris who was just one of numerous women to come forward years ago with claims of sexual abuse against O''Reilly told the Beast that O''Reilly had made a number of sexual demands from her, including phone sex and mutual masturbation. In one instance, O''Reilly expressed his "fantasy of soaping [Mackris] down in the shower with either a ''loofah'' or a ''falafel thing.''" "I''m going to make you play," O''Reilly once told Mackris. "Here was my boss," Mackris said in the interview. "A man who held my career and future in his hands, acknowledging that he knew I''d never consented but he didn''t care." Back in 2017, O''Reilly was fired over numerous accounts of sexual harassment against various female producers and hosts.
When Yahoo offered $1 billion to buy Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg said he wouldn''t know what to do with the money, and would probably just build another Facebook, a new book says 2021/07/14 10:23:55 Business Insider
Summary List Placement When Yahoo offered to buy Facebook for $1 billion in 2006, Mark Zuckerberg said he wouldn''t know what to do with the money, according to a new book about the social-media giant. Facebook board members and advisors told Zuckerberg he could potentially walk away with half of the $1 billion offer and do whatever he wanted, The New York Times journalists Sheera Frenkel and Cecilia Kang wrote in their new book, " An Ugly Truth ," which came out Tuesday. But one month after Yahoo''s offer, Zuckerberg told Facebook board member Peter Thiel and venture capitalist Jim Breyer that he wouldn''t know what he''d do with the money and that if he accepted, he''d probably just create another social-media platform similar to Facebook, according to the book. On top of this, Zuckerberg thought Facebook could get much bigger, according to the book. Authors Frenkel and Kang conducted more than 1,000 hours of interviews with Facebook executives, current and former employees, advisers, and others, according to a CNN report .
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