News Cp Cl B (NWS)
$18.24 0.09 (0.52%)
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Market Cap 3.64B
PE Ratio -6.60
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 399,165
Day's Range 18.03 - 18.28
52-Week Range 7.88 - 19.12
Dividend & Yield 0.20 (1.10%)
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The stock charts of CFG, GPS and NWS are going to end the week in a noteworthy, perhaps tradeworthy, condition.
"Fake news" may be an annoyance for media firms, but these three news stocks have benefited from the notoriety.
The constant accusations of fake news from Donald Trump may appear to be damaging, but media stocks are loving the notoriety.
This week, the ratings of 10 Media stocks on Portfolio Grader are down. Each of these rates a "D" ("sell") or "F" overall ("strong sell").
Twenty-First Century Fox announced on Thursday that Fox News CEO Roger Ailes has resigned amid sexual harassment allegations against him.
Zillow (Z) has snagged an attractive settlement with rival Move. But investors may still want to be cautious of Zillow stock's valuation.
Twitter stock spiked after rumors surfaced that NWS was interested in acquiring the social media company.
Services stocks fell broadly on Wall Street on Thursday morning, with the sector seeing an overall decline of 0.1%.
News Corp reported higher-than-expected earnings, but the medium term outlook of NWSA stock is negative.
Services stocks finished flat on Monday on Wall Street.
Services stocks finished flat on Tuesday on Wall Street.
Services stocks rose broadly on Wall Street on Monday morning, with the sector seeing an overall increase of 0.1%.
Services stocks declined on Wall Street so far on Wednesday, down 0.4%.
Services stocks declined broadly on Wall Street today, with the sector seeing an overall decline of 0.5%.
Services stocks declined on Wall Street today, down 0.6%.
Services stocks declined broadly on Wall Street on Friday morning, with the sector seeing an overall decline of 0.1%.
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(Bloomberg) -- Alphabet Inc.’s YouTube restored a News Corp.-owned U.K. radio station to its service after suspending the channel for most of a day because it allegedly breached content standards.Links that led to TalkRadio’s YouTube page on Tuesday were redirected to a message that the account had been “terminated for violating YouTube’s community guidelines.” It was reactivated after 7 p.m. in London.“TalkRadio’s YouTube channel was briefly suspended, but upon further review, has now been reinstated,” YouTube said in a statement. “We quickly remove flagged content that violate our community guidelines, including Covid-19 content that explicitly contradicts expert consensus from local health authorities or the World Health Organization.”“We make exceptions for material posted with an educational, documentary, scientific or artistic purpose, as was deemed in this case,” YouTube added, without immediately elaborating which exception applied -- or which videos had merited the suspension.TalkRadio demanded clarification about its ban in an earlier statement, adding that its content is regulated by U.K. media watchdog Ofcom. British ministers last month proposed sweeping laws to curb illegal and harmful content online.Blocking a news brand run by billionaire media mogul Rupert Murdoch marked one of YouTube’s highest-profile interventions. It’s previously taken down the account of the Trump-supporting One America News Network, citing breaches of rules.Murdoch’s News Corp. bought TalkRadio’s owner Wireless Group in 2016 and has recently expanded its digital broadcast media offering. He’s been an outspoken critic of Silicon Valley giant as he pushes for what he deems a fairer share of their advertising revenue.TalkRadio broadcaster Julia Hartley-Brewer complained about the move on Twitter. Without naming YouTube specifically, she asked government Minister Michael Gove about big tech “censorship” on her Tuesday morning show.TalkRadio calls itself the “home of free speech,” and its commentators have questioned the wisdom of government lockdown measures aimed at halting the spread of Covid-19.“We regularly interrogate government data and we have controls in place,” TalkRadio said. “We use verifiable sources and give space to a careful selection of voices and opinions.”(Updates with YouTube statement about end of ban starting in third paragraph.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.
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The New York Post Group named Keith Poole as its new editor-in-chief, the newspaper's parent company News Corp said on Tuesday. Poole, currently the deputy editor-in-chief of News Corp-owned UK tabloid newspaper The Sun, will start his new role in March. Stephen Lynch and Michelle Gotthelf, editors-in-chief for print and digital at the New York Post, respectively, will remain in their positions and report to Poole, the media company said.
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