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Who is the person who established the newspaper The Australian Herald first and now is one of the biggest media tycoons in the world?

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Asked by larissa, 03 May '08 06:21 pm
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It is Rupert Murdoch, the owner of Newscorp, who established Australian Herald at the age of twenty-three and now we all know how big his stature is in the world of media. His company has its presence in almost every corner of the world and taking new leaps each passing day.
Answered by Zeus, 03 May '08 06:21 pm

 
  
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I don't know the name exactly but it is a newspaper covering Australia, and the world from an Australian perspective, this publication strives to provide an upbeat, fast updating news service, with a comprehensive inventory of news content.

Based on formats used by some of the best newspapers in the world the Australia Herald collates, edits and presents news that gets the facts across, gets to the point, and gets readers what they want, when they want it.

National news is a priority. Breaking stories about Australia come first. Then the big stories out of the major cities like Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Canberra, Hobart, Launceston, Darwin, the Gold Coast, Wollongong and Newcastle. World news too ranks highly with Top Stories topping our pages. The Australia Herald delivers news, weather forecasts for the capital cities, and major regional centres.

There?s business news and financial markets reports from Australia, Asia, Europe, London and the U.S. The Aus ...more
Answered by narayanan, 03 May '08 06:29 pm

 
  
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