Keith Rupert Murdoch: Birthday

Australian-born American Former chairperson of FOX News
Born: March 11, 1931

Rupert Murdoch, born on March 11, 1931, in Melbourne, Australia, is a media mogul renowned for his vast empire in print, television, and film. He inherited his first newspaper, The News, from his father in 1952 and swiftly expanded his holdings, ultimately founding News Corporation, now known as News Corp. Throughout his career, Murdoch has been a highly controversial figure, often criticized for his influence on media and politics.

Murdoch’s most notable acquisitions include The Sun and The Times in the UK, and The New York Post and The Wall Street Journal in the United States. In 1985, he launched Fox Broadcasting Company, which later became the Fox Entertainment Group, and Fox News, known for its conservative-leaning programming.

His influence extends beyond media; Murdoch has been involved in various political endeavors, aligning himself and his outlets with conservative and right-wing politicians in multiple countries.

Despite facing numerous scandals and controversies, including allegations of phone hacking and political manipulation, Murdoch remains a dominant force in global media. His ability to shape public opinion and influence political landscapes has solidified his place as one of the most influential figures in modern media history.

Rupert Murdoch’s 5 most popular quotes

  • I’m a permanently curious person. I probably waste my time being curious about things that have nothing to do with the business sometimes. What keeps me alive, certainly, is curiosity.
  • I’m a catalyst for change. You can’t be an outsider and be successful over 30 years without leaving a certain amount of scar tissue around the place.
  • If you’re in the media, particularly newspapers, you are in the thick of all the interesting things that are going on in a community, and I can’t imagine any other life that one would want to dedicate oneself to.
  • Thankfully, Australia has emerged from its inauspicious colonial beginnings to become a proud nation—a nation that overcame those primeval prejudices.
  • I’m considered homophobic and crazy about these things and old fashioned. But I think that the family—father, mother, and children—is fundamental to our civilization.
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