The American conservative, a media outlet owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp., is reporting that Rupert Murdoch wants to take over all the media in America and put the Murdochs own News Corp. at the helm of the media.
The American Conservative reports that Murdoch is willing to spend millions of dollars to get his own media empire in place and has even agreed to buy all the TV stations that would be broadcast in the United States, and then bring all the other channels together under a single media company.
The American Conservatives website reports that News Corp owns Fox News, the Wall Street Journal, CNBC, CNBC and Fox Business, among other media properties.
The conservative also reports that Rupert is currently seeking a “top secret” deal to buy a majority stake in CBS News, as well as all the channels owned by CNN and MSNBC.
News Corp has already taken a huge stake in several U.K. media outlets, including the Times newspaper, which the conservative says is controlled by Rupert.
Murdoch has also reportedly bought Sky News in the UK, while News Corp also owns Sky Atlantic, the BBC, and ITV.
Rupert Murdoch, a billionaire media magnate, is also the chairman of News Corp’s News Group.
Murdoch also owns News International, the parent company of the Murdoch media empire, which includes 21st Century Fox, Sky and News Corp papers.
He has reportedly been interested in buying Fox News for many years.
News of News Corporation’s takeover of the major U.N. news agency would put a powerful new face in the newsroom and would make Murdoch a key player in how the United Nations operates.
Ns. news division has faced several threats from foreign governments, and has faced accusations of bias and bias-motivated leaks of information from the organization.
The Associated Press reported earlier this year that the Us. government had accused News Corp of attempting to sway the Uns in favor of the Trump administration.
The report also claimed that Murdoch had been trying to influence U. N. policy, as he did in the run-up to the 2016 presidential election.
The Trump administration has said that the AP’s report was “false and politically motivated.”