The phone-hacking scandal that has rocked News Corp’s UK print assets last year looks set to stay in the news for a good long while as court cases move forward. Late last week, shareholder groups in the UK, U.S. and Australia began rattling the cages ahead of the company’s annual shareholder meeting seeking to break Rupert Murdoch’s control and calling for the ouster of the board. But since the Murdoch family controls 40% of voting shares, forcing Rupert out at the October 16 gathering would be a difficult task. Deadline’s International Editor Nancy Tartaglione discusses the situation with ENTV You Tube host Brian Corsetti.
Deadline’s Nancy Tartaglione On Hacking Scandal And Effect On News Corp: Video
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