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IPL powers 21st Century Fox's international ad revenue

At a point when Rupert Murdoch’s media empire 21st Century Fox is preparing to sell the bulk of its film and TV assets to Walt Disney Co (Disney), its fiscal fourth-quarter earnings beat analysts' expectations.

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Murdoch pledges funding to Sky News

MUMBAI: Even as 21st Century Fox seeks clearance for its £11.7 billion (€13.2 billion) takeover of Sky, Rupert Murdoch has pledged to guarantee funding Sky News for up to five years. He has also agreed not to interfere editorially. Fox has also pledged that no Fox employee or board member who was a...

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Star India, FNG help prop up 21st CF Q2 numbers

BENGALURU: Rupert Murdoch’s media conglomerate 21st Century Fox has three segments–cable network programming (CNP) that contains Star India and Fox Networks Group International (FNG International), television and filmed entertainment (films). 21st Century Fox reported 4.6 per cent yoy growth in...

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Disney to buy 21st Century Fox assets for $52.4 billion

The Walt Disney Co has set up a $52.4 billion, all-stock deal to acquire 20th Century Fox and other entertainment and sports assets from Rupert Murdoch’s empire.

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Comment: The rise and rise of Uday Shankar

MUMBAI: From not having enough money to afford even a TV set in Delhi in 1991 when he was a newspaper reporter to heading Star India, one of the most admired Indian media and entertainment companies, for a decade to now being appointed as 21st Century Fox Asia president, it has been quite a journey...

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