Murdoch also threatened the BBCEvents, Sunday, April 29, 2012 09:32:46
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch hinted that his group News Corp. may sue the BBC for copyright infringement because of "theft" of materials from his newspapers worldwide, informing online edition British newspaper "Financial Times". In an interview with "Sky News" billionaire indicates that BBC His "stealing" material "Wall Street Journal", "New York Post", "London Times" and "Fox News" and for this reason News Corp.
can claim in court for copyright infringement. "News Corporation" has signaled that he intends to cut off access for up news "Google News" (Google news) to the sites of their media. Murdoch has long been at war with "Google" which called kleptomania and parasites, so that sites publish news from him. In late summer, Murdoch announced that it intends to make the content of all media paid next year, but recently it clear that this can only happen in partnership with other major publishers. Nearly all aspects of the business of News Corp lost because of weakening advertising market and lower consumer spending. Only cable television and magazines division recorded growth. Despite the measures to reduce costs, the company expects a decline of annual results by 30%. The forecast is based on the assumption that market conditions will deteriorate further - while the prospects for this are far from safe, says chief financial officer of the company.
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