Entertainment and media’s hottest couple made headlines this morning.
No, not BrangeliZzzZzzz. These guys…
The LA Times reports that people are all in a tizzy over Rupervert’s proposed $5 billion takeover of Dow Jones & Co., who own the Wall Street Journal.
Critics cite as the latest example of those dangers Murdoch’s little-noticed introduction in China of his red-hot MySpace Internet property.
Launched in April, MySpace China censors user comments on the social-networking site more than is necessary, analysts say…
(Murdoch’s) Chinese-born wife, Wendi Deng Murdoch, a former executive at one of News Corp.’s Asian operations, recently was named the venture’s strategy chief, her first executive role since marrying the mogul in 1999.
I’m sure Wendi has, um, “earned” her role in the company–know what I’m sprayin’?–and we’ve certainly censored comments on DISGRASIAN’s MySpace page, especially from tools like this:
But isn’t there a reason it’s called, er…MY…space?
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