|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。 News Corp. engages in the creation and distribution of media, news, education, and information services. It operates through the following segments: News and Information Services, Book Publishing, Digital Real Estate Services, Subscription Video Services, and Other. The News and Information Services segment consists of Dow Jones, News Corp Australia, News UK, the New York Post, and News America Marketing. The Book Publishing segment consists of HarperCollins which publishes and supply consumer books through print, digital, and audio formats. The Digital Real Estate Services segment offers property and property-related advertising and services as well as financial services. The Subscription Video Services segment provides video sports, entertainment, and news services to pay-TV subscribers, and other commercial licensees via cable, satellite and Internet Protocol, and distribution. The Other segment refers to general corporate overhead expenses, corporate strategy group, and costs related to the U.K. Newspaper Matters. The company was founded in 1979 and is headquartered in New York, NY.|
|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.|
After years harshly criticizing Big Tech's impact on the publishing industry, News Corp now has partnerships with Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Snapchat, and others (Sara Fischer/Axios) 2020/10/06 17:05:03 Techmeme
Sara Fischer / Axios : After years harshly criticizing Big Tech's impact on the publishing industry, News Corp now has partnerships with Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Snapchat, and others — One of the biggest news publishing companies in the world has slowly backed away from its harsh public criticism of Big Tech platforms …
News Corp. changes its tune on Big Tech 2020/10/06 12:57:25 Axios
Today, "the terms of trade truly have changed."
Activist investor pushes for News Corp voting changes 2020/10/06 00:03:17 The Australian Financial Review
A small shareholder is once again looking to take on News Corp in hopes to eliminate supermajority requirements on some company votes.
News Corp backs push for ABC and SBS to receive payments from Google and Facebook 2020/10/02 06:40:25 The Guardian
Greens and Labor have said they will not support proposed mandatory news code legislation unless public broadcasters are included News Corp Australia is backing a push by the Greens and Labor for the ABC and SBS to receive payments from Google and Facebook under the proposed mandatory news code. The public broadcasters were not included in the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s draft code but during the consultation phase the Greens and Labor have said they won’t support the legislation without them. Continue reading…
Statement of Robert Thomson, Chief Executive of News Corp, On Google’s Announcement Regarding Partnerships With News Publishers 2020/10/01 13:35:00 Business Wire
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--News Corp Chief Executive Robert Thomson has commented on Google's announcement today regarding partnerships with news publishers: “We applaud Google’s recognition of a premium for premium journalism and the understanding that the editorial eco-system has been dysfunctional, verging on dystopian. There are complex negotiations ahead but the principle and the precedent are now established.” About News Corp News Corp (Nasdaq: NWS, NWSA; ASX: NWS, NWSLV) is a global, div
Bowing out of the family media empire, James Murdoch challenges conservative line 2020/08/02 13:03:15 FRANCE 24
Once seen as a contender for succession at his father Rupert Murdoch’s global media empire, James Murdoch resigned from the board of News Corp on Friday, citing ‘editorial disagreements’. The decision to step down severs his last corporate ties with his family and their companies’ politically conservative outlook.
Rupert Murdoch’s son quits News Corp over 'editorial disagreements' - CityAM 2020/08/02 10:24:21 City AM
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch’s youngest son has quit the board of News Corporation citing “disagreements over editorial content”. James Murdoch,
Démission de James Murdoch, fils de Rupert, du conseil d’administration de News Corp 2020/08/01 23:03:38 Sudinfo
L’ancien directeur général du groupe 21st Century Fox James Murdoch, fils du magnat Rupert Murdoch, a démissionné du conseil d’administration de News Corp, selon un document publié vendredi par le gendarme américain des marchés, la SEC.
James Murdoch steps down after he and his wife grew disillusioned with company's coverage 2020/08/01 21:01:23 Daily Mail Online
James Murdoch, 47, who was once seen as the favourite to take over News Corporation, cited editorial disagreements in his bombshell resignation letter. But he is thought to have grown disillusioned.
James Murdoch's exit paves way for News Corp to move further right 2020/08/01 18:24:26 The Guardian
Analysis: Murdoch was considered a dissenting voice at the rightwing company. Now his brother Lachlan could see his influence grow James Murdoch’s resignation from the board of News Corp confirms divisive splits in the publishing arm of his family’s media empire and removes a powerful dissenting voice against the rightwing slant of the group, according to insiders. The move marks the full departure of Rupert Murdoch’s youngest son from News Corp and it is likely to boost the influence of his brother, Lachlan, who is seen as being far more sympathetic to rightwing causes. Continue reading…
"Big News!!" - LeBron James Raises $100 Million To Build Media Empire 2020/06/26 00:10:00 Zero Hedge
"Big News!!" - LeBron James Raises $100 Million To Build Media Empire Tyler Durden Thu, 06/25/2020 - 20:10 NBA star LeBron James and his business partner Maverick Carter have raised $100 million for their newly created entertainment firm, The SpringHill Company. Bloomberg reported James and Carter received a cash infusion from global investment and financial services firm Guggenheim Partners LLC, UC Investments, News Corp. heir Elisabeth Murdoch, and SC.Holdings, the investment fund managed by entrepreneur Jason Stein. The firm's board consists of Carter, Serena Williams, Murdoch, Marc Rowan, co-founder of private equity firm Apollo Global Management, Live Nation Entertainment CEO Michael Rapino, Minerd, Paul Wachter, who is James' wealth manager, and Tom Werner, chairman of the Boston Red Sox and English soccer club Liverpool. The SpringHill Company is a consolidation of James' marketing firm Robot Co. and several entertainment companies, including SpringHill Entertainment and Uninterrupted LLC.
Rupert Murdoch's NewsCorp Has Apparently Been Integral In Spurring The DOJ's Antitrust Probe Into Google 2020/06/24 20:46:14 Zero Hedge
Rupert Murdoch's NewsCorp Has Apparently Been Integral In Spurring The DOJ's Antitrust Probe Into Google Tyler Durden Wed, 06/24/2020 - 16:46 Rupert Murdoch appears to playing a big part in spurring a Justice Department antitrust suit against Google . He has been one of the most outspoken critics of the internet giant, often while defending his own company, NewsCorp. NewsCorp has petitioned regulators to look into Google, claiming the company is abusing its power in the $330 billion digital ad market. Most recently, Google made headlines for demonetizing us here at Zero Hedge and those at The Federalist for not censoring the comments sections our respective websites. Murdoch's efforts appear to be gaining steam, according to Bloomberg . The EU has fined Google for billions and Australia has forced the company to pay for news. In U.S., no material action has taken place - yet. That appears to be on the cusp of changing, as The Justice Department, led by Attorney General William Barr, is preparing to file an antitrust lawsuit against the company .
Jones' new TV gig part of News Corp's game of thrones 2020/06/21 14:00:00 The Australian Financial Review
Paul Whittaker's departure from Rupert Murdoch's influential national masthead The Australian left many scratching their heads. Alan Jones might be part of the puzzle.
Fox Sports 'reviewing' content as A-League waits on deal 2020/06/18 04:20:16 Channel NewsAsia
MELBOURNE: Australian broadcaster Fox Sports says it is "reviewing" its domestic soccer content, with Football Federation Australia hoping a rights deal can be struck before the return of the suspended A-League next month. News Corp-owned Fox Sports is midway through a AUS$57 million (£31.2 …
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