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          Founded in 1915 by William Fox; merged with Darryl F. Zanuck's Twentieth Century Pictures in 1935; built 300-acre Fox lot in 1926; began Fox Movietone News (with sound) in 1927 (which ended in 1963); mogul Zanuck resigned in 1956; the over-budget "Cleopatra" and other financial troubles were temporarily solved by selling the backlot (now the site of Century City) for cash to Alcoa in 1961; Zanuck convinced the board to re-install him as chairman in 1962, with his son Richard as president; by 1978, the studio was owned by Marc Rich and oilman Marvin Davis; Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. purchased Rich's half in 1981 and Davis's half in 1984. The film studios operation is now officially Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp.
          Murdoch launched the Fox News Channel in October 1996 to 17 million subscribers; currently has 85 million subscribers, who dearly love their fascist propaganda from Fox.
          Announced 9/2012: The film division will change its name to 20th Century Fox Film, and now includes 20th Century Fox Film, Fox Searchlight, Fox 2000, Fox Animation/Blue Sky Studios, Fox International Productions, and Fox Home Entertainment.

official website {requires Flash}
Twentieth Century Fox entry at Wikipedia



Books About Fox Studios

The Studio book by John Gregory Dunne  "The Studio" [1969] by John Gregory Dunne
Non-fiction account of the year that Dunne spent with total access inside Twentieth Century Fox Studios in Hollywood, covering the development of hits & flops, including "The Boston Strangler", "Dr. Doolittle", "Hello Dolly", "Planet of The Apes" and "Star". Reviewed as "Thirty years later, [it] may still be our most minutely observed and therefore most uproar-iously funny portrait of the motion picture business."
Vintage 8x5¼ pb [4/98] for $11.20
Limelight Editions 8¼x5½ pb [4/85] out of print/used
FS&G Book Club 8¼x5¾ hardcover [1969] out of print/used
FS&G 8¼x5½ hardcover [1969] out of print/used

The Fox Girls book by James Robert Parish  "The Fox Girls: Starring 15 Beautiful Vixens and One Adorable Cub" [1971]
by James Robert Parish, with 850 b&w photographs

featuring Theda Bara, Anne Baxter, Jeanne Crain, Linda Darnell, Alice Faye, Janet Gaynor, Betty Grable, June Haver, skater Sonja Henie, Carmen Miranda, Marilyn Monroe, Sheree North, Shirley Temple {the 'cub'}, Gene Tierney, Raquel Welch & Loretta Young
Arlington House hardcover [1972] out of print/used
Arlington House hardcover [1971] out of print/many used
Twentieth Century-Fox Corporate & Financial History book by Aubrey Solomon  
"Twentieth Century-Fox: A Corporate and Financial History" [1989]
by Aubrey Solomon

Scarecrow Press 8¼x5½ pb [10/88] for $40.95
Scarecrow Press 9x6 hardcover [1989] out of print/used
William Fox, Sol M. Wurtzel & The Early Fox Film Corporation book  "William Fox, Sol M. Wurtzel & The Early Fox Film Corporation: Letters, 1917-1923" [2001]
Edited by {daughter} Lillian Wurtzel Semenov & Carla Winter

McFarland & Co. 9x6 pb [2/2001] out of print/used
Twentieth Century Fox Photo Archive book  "Twentieth Century Fox: Inside The Photo Archive" [2004]
by Tom Rothman, with Rob Easterla, Kevin Murphy & Miles Scott; Foreword by Martin Scorsese

Harry N. Abrams 10½x12 hardcover [12/2004] for $34.21
William Fox Early Hollywood book by Susan Fox & Donald G. Rosellini  
"William Fox: A Story of Early Hollywood, 1915-1930" [2006]
by Susan Fox & Donald G. Rosellini

Midnight Marquee Press 9x6 hardcover [3/2006] for $35.00
Fox Film Corporation History & Filmography book by Aubrey Solomon  "The Fox Film Corporation, 1915-1935: A History and Filmography" [2011]
by Aubrey Solomon

McFarland & Co. 10x7 hardcover [4/2011] for $95.00

http://www.amazon.com/The-Fourth-Network-Reinvented-Television/dp/1566635721/



Movies About Fox Studios

20th Century Fox First 50 Years  "20th Century Fox: The First 50 Years" [1997 documentary TV special]
Co-written, co-produced & directed by Kevin Burns
Image Ent. 129-min. b&w/color DVD [8/2000] for $13.99
full credits at IMDb
"20th Century Fox: The Blockbuster Years" [2000 documentary TV special]
Co-written, co-produced & directed by Kevin Burns
Image Ent. 113-min. b&w/color DVD [9/2002] for $13.99
full credits at IMDb



The Film & Music Library

Magic Lantern's "The Grapes of Wrath" 1940 Movie Page

"Planet Of The Apes" [1968] and its sequels and prequels

Films of Twentieth Century Fox book by Tony Thomas & Aubrey Solomon  "The Films of Twentieth Century Fox: A Pictorial History" [1980]
by Tony Thomas & Aubrey Solomon

Citadel Press 12x8¾ pb [4/89] out of print/used
Citadel Press 11x8½ hardcover 2nd edition [11/85] out of print/used
Citadel Press 12x9¼ hardcover [2/80] out of print/used

"Hidden Hollywood: Treasures From The 20th Century Fox Vaults"
[1997 TV special] Co-written, co-produced & directed by Kevin Burns
Hidden Hollywood / Treasures From Fox  Hidden Hollywood / Treasures From Fox volume 2  Volume 1: hosted by Joan Collins; the mostly song-and-dance clips include Walter Brennan, Dan Dailey, Jimmy Durante, Alice Faye, Betty Grable, Katherine Hepburn, Edward Everett Horton, Bert Lahr, Ethel Merman, Bill 'Bojangles' Robinson & Shirley Temple • full credits at IMDb
Image Ent. 90-min. color DVD [3/2002] for $13.99
Volume 2: hosted by Joan Collins; the mostly song-and-dance clips include Margaret Dumont, Alice Faye, W.C. Fields, Kay Francis, Betty Grable, skater Sonja Henie, Danny Kaye, Buster Keaton, Carole Landis, Victor Mature, Mitzi Mayfair, Carmen Miranda, the Nicholas Brothers, Martha Raye, the Ritz Brothers & Phil Silvers • full credits at IMDb
Image Ent. 90-min. color DVD [3/2002] for $13.49

"20th Century Fox: 75 Years of Great Film Music" [2010]
20th Century Fox, 75 Years of Great Film Music album   Varese Records soundtrack CD [12/2010] 60 tracks on 3 disks - out of prodn/used
mostly main titles or end credits music from "The Abyss" [1989], "Alien" [1979], "All About Eve" [1950], "Author! Author!" [1982], "Big" [1988], "Broadcast News" [1987], "Captain From Castile" [1947], "Cast Away" [2005], "Cleopatra" [1963], "Commando" [1985], "Conrack" [1974], "The Day The Earth Stood Still" [1951], "Die Hard"
[1988], "Fantastic Four" [2005], "The Fly" [1986], "The French Connection" [1971], "From The Terrace" [1960], "The Fury" [1978], "The Ghost and Mrs. Muir" [1947], "Hoffa" [1992], "Horton Hears A Who!" [2008], "How Green Was My Valley" [1941], "How To Marry A Millionaire" [1953], "I, Robot" [2004], "Ice Age" [2002],
"Independence Day" [1996], "Laura" [1944], "The Long, Hot Summer" [1958], "Love Is A Many-Splendored Thing" [1955], "Lucas"
[1986], "Magic" [1978], "Max Dugan Returns" [1983], "Mrs. Doubtfire" [1993], "My Cousin Rachel" [1952], "Night At The Museum"
[2006], "Norma Rae" [1979], "The Omen" [1976], "The Paper Chase" [1973], "Patton" [1970], "Planet Of The Apes" [1968], "The Poseidon Adventure" [1972], "Predator" [1986], "Prince Valiant" [1954], "The Rains of Ranchipur" [1955], "Raising Arizona" [1987], "The Robe" [1953], "Romancing The Stone" [1984], "The Sand Pebbles" [1966], "The Seven Year Itch" [1955] directed by Billy Wilder, "The Song of Bernadette" [1943], "Speed" [1994], "Three Coins In The Fountain" [1954], "Tora! Tora! Tora!" [1970], "Twelve O'Clock High" [1948], "Unfaithful" [2002], "Untamed" [1955], "Viva Zapata!" [1952], and Oliver Stone's "Wall Street" [1987]

"Fox 75th Anniversary Collection" [2010]
official poster for 20th Century-Fox's 75th Anniversary promotions  

poster for 1947 "Gentleman’s Agreement"  
poster for 1950 "All About Eve"  
poster for 1970 "Patton"  
poster for 2008 "Slumdog Millionaire"  

Fox DVD [12/2010] 76 disks - list $499.98, Amazon price for $351.93
contains 75 b&w and color feature films, 46 of which won an Academy Award: "Cavalcade" [1933] based on the Noel Coward stageplay (won three Oscars); "Steamboat Around The Bend" [1935] directed by John Ford, starring Will Rogers; "The Little Princess" [1939] starring Shirley Temple; John Steinbeck’s "The Grapes of Wrath" [1940] directed by John Ford (won Oscar for Best Director); "Blood and Sand" [1941] starring Tyrone Power & Rita Hayworth; "How Green Was My Valley"
[1941] directed by John Ford (film won five Academy Awards, including Best Picture & Best Director); "The Ox-Bow Inci-dent" [1943] starring Henry Fonda; "The Song of Bernadette" [1943] (won four Academy Awards, including Best Actress); "Laura" [1944] directed by Otto Preminger; "Gentleman’s Agreement" [1947] directed by Elia Kazan, starring Gregory Peck (film won three Academy Awards, including Best Picture & Best Director); "Miracle On 34th Street" [1947] starring Natalie Wood & Edmund Gwenn (film won three Academy Awards, 2 for Best Script); "Twelve O’Clock High" [1949] starring Gregory Peck; "All About Eve" [1950] starring Ann Baxter & Bette Davis (nominated for 14 Oscars, won six, including Best Picture & Best Director); "The Day The Earth Stood Still" [1951]; "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" [1953] starring Marilyn Monroe & Jane Russell; "The Robe" [1953] starring Richard Burton; "The Seven Year Itch (1955): directed by Billy Wilder, starring Tom Ewell & Marilyn Monroe; "The King and I" [1956] musical starring Deborah Kerr & Yul Brynner (film was nominated for seven Oscars, won four); "Love Me Tender" [1956] starring Elvis Presley & Debra Paget; "An Affair To Remember" [1957] starring Cary Grant & Deborah Kerr; "South Pacific" [1958] Rodgers and Hammerstein musical; "The Diary of Anne Frank" [1959] (nomi-nated for eight Academy Awards, won three); "The Hustler" [1961] starring Paul Newman & George C. Scott; "The Longest Day" [1962]; "Cleopatra" [1963] starring Elizabeth Taylor & Richard Burton; "Zorba The Greek" [1964] starring Anthony Quinn & Alan Bates; "The Sound of Music" [1965] musical starring Julie Andrews & Christopher Plummer (film won five Oscars, including Best Picture); "Fantastic Voyage" [1966]; "The Sand Pebbles" [1966] starring Steve McQueen & Candice Bergen; "Planet of The Apes" [1968] starring Charlton Heston; "Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid" [1969] starring Paul Newman & Robert Redford (film won four Oscars, including Best Script); "Hello Dolly!" [1969] musical directed by Gene Kelly, starring Barbra Streisand & Walter Matthau (film won 3 Oscars); "MASH" [1970] directed by Robert Altman (Ring Lardner Jr. won Oscar for Best Screenplay); "Patton" [1970] directed by Franklin J. Schaffner, starring George C. Scott (Oscar for Best Actor), (film nominated for 10 Academy Awards, won seven, including Best Picture & Best Director); "The French Connection" [1971] directed by William Friedkin, starring Gene Hackman (won Oscar) & Roy Scheider (film nominated for eight Oscars, won five, including Best Picture, Best Director); "Poseidon Adventure" [1972]; "Phantom of Paradise" [1974] directed by Brian DePalma; "Young Frankenstein" [1974] directed by Mel Brooks, starring Gene Wilder; "Rocky Horror Picture Show" [1975] cult classic starring Susan Sarandon, Tim Curry & Meat Loaf; "The Omen" [1976] starring Gregory Peck; "Star Wars" [1977] directed by George Lucas (film won six Oscars); "Alien" [1979] directed by Ridley Scott, starring Sigourney Weaver "All That Jazz" [1979] musical directed by Bob Fosse, starring Roy Scheider & Jessica Lange; "Norma Rae" [1979] starring Sally Field (won an Oscar); "Cocoon" [1985] starring Wilford Brimley, Don Ameche (won an Oscar) & Hume Cronyn (film won two Oscars); "Raising Arizona" [1987] directed by Joel & Ethan Coen; Oliver Stone's "Wall Street" [1987] starring Michael Douglas (won Oscar); "Big" [1988] starring Tom Hanks; "Die Hard" [1988] starring Bruce Willis; "Working Girl" [1988] starring Melanie Griffith, Sigourney Weaver & Harrison Ford; "Home Alone" [1990] starring Macauley Caulkin; "The Last of The Mohicans" [1992] starring Daniel Day-Lewis; "Mrs. Doubtfire" [1993] starring Robin Williams; "Speed" [1994' starring Dennis Hopper, Keanu Reeves & Sandra Bullock; "Waiting To Exhale" [1995] starring Whitney Houston, Angela Bassett, Loretta Devine & Lela Rochon; "The Crucible" [1996] based on Arthur Miller’s stageplay, starring Daniel Day-Lewis & Winona Ryder; "Independence Day" [1996]; "The Full Monty" [1998]; "There’s Something About Mary" [1998]; "Boys Don’t Cry"
[1999] starring Hilary Swank (won an Oscar); "Cast Away" [2000] starring Tom Hanks; "X-Men" [2000]; "Moulin Rouge!"
[2001]; animated "Ice Age" [2002]; "Minority Report" [2002] story by Philip K. Dick, directed by Steven Spielberg, starring Tom Cruise; "Master and Commander: The Far Side of The World" [2003] directed by Peter Weir; "Sideways" [2004] (film won Oscar for Best Script); "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" [2005] starring Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie; "Walk The Line" [2005] starring Joaquin Phoenix & Reese Witherspoon (won an Oscar); "The Devil Wears Prada" [2006] starring Meryl Streep & Anne Hathaway; "Little Miss Sunshine" [2006] with Alan Arkin (won an Oscar); "Night At The Museum" [2006] starring Ben Stiller; "Juno" [2007] starring Ellen Page (Diablo Cody won Oscar for Best Screenplay); "Slumdog Millionaire" [2008] directed by Danny Boyle, starring Dev Patel (film won eight Academy Awards, including Best Picture & Best Director); and "Avatar"
[2009] directed by James Cameron (film won three Oscars)


Twentieth Century Fox Films opening logo


Major Divisions

Fox Entertainment Group
Also known as Fox Filmed Entertainment; subdividions include 20th Century Fox Film Corp., 20th Century Fox Film {see below}, 20th Century Fox Television
[est. 1949], Fox Television Stations Group, Fox Broadcasting Company, Fox Movie Channel, Fox News Channel, National Geographic Channel, many others

Fox's Baja Studios [est. 1996] in Mexico
Fox Studios Australia [est. 1998]
Fox Star Studios in Mumbai, India

20th Century Fox Film [name changed 9/2012]
The film division now includes 20th Century Fox Film, Fox Searchlight {see below}, Fox 2000 {see below}, Fox Animation/Blue Sky Studios
{see below}, Fox International Productions, and Fox Home Entertainment.


Blue Skies Studios animation [est. 1987]
official websiteWikipedia

hit franchise "Ice Age" [2002, "Ice Age 2: The Meltdown" [2006], "Ice Age 3: Dawn of The
Dinosaurs" [2009], "Ice Age 4: A Mammoth Christmas" TV special [Nov 2011]
& "Ice Age 5: Continental Drift" [July 2012]

hit Dr. Seuss feature "Horton Hears a Who!" [2008]
hit feature "Rio" [2011]


logo of the Fox News Channel

FOX  News  Channel
Launched in October 1996 to 17 million subscribers; currently has 85 million subscribers.
{Also known as the Faux News Network, the Fox Noise Network, and the F-word Network, based on their fascist bias.}
FOX News Channel official website
FOX News Channel entry at Wikipedia

"The problem with Fox [News] is not that it's conservative. It's that it lies." — Eric Alterman

"A 2012 poll found that people who listened to no news were better informed than those who listened to Fox News."
— Charles Blow, New York Times columnist

Fair & Balanced, My Ass book by Joseph Minton Amann & Tom Breuer  
"Fair and Balanced, My Ass!: An Unbridled Look
At The Bizarre Reality of Fox News" [2007]
by Joseph Minton Amann & Tom Breuer

Nation Books 8x5½ pb [4/2007] for $11.66


Fox  Searchlight  Pictures  specialty division
Founded in 1994 to produce and-or distribute independent films;
founded sub-division Fox Atomic in 2006 to distribute genre films for young adults.
Fox Searchlight official website
Fox Searchlight entry at Wikipedia
Fox Atomic official website {requires Flash}
Fox Atomic entry at Wikipedia


Fox  2000  Pictures  specialty division
2/2012: Elizabeth Gabler signed a new contract as president of Fox 2000 Pictures, under Fox Ent. Group


logo for Regency Enterprises & New Regency Productions
Regency  Enterprises / New  Regency  Productions
Founded in 1991 by producer Arnon Milchan; distributed by Warner Bros. until 1998;
1998 distribution pact with Fox extended in 2011 to 2022.

Regency Enterprises entry at Wikipedia
New Regency official website
New Regency entry at Wikipedia


screenshot of logo for Fox Movietone News in USA      opener logo for British Movietone News
Fox  Movietone  News
[USA 1928-63, U.K. 1929-79, Australia 1929-75]
Inspired by same-day footage of Charles Lindberg's historic flight shown in New York theaters; Movietone's weekly newsreels
were regularly narrated by journalist Lowell Thomas. The archived newsreel content is available for licensing from facilities
in New York City, North Carolina, and Los Angeles.

Movietone News entry at Wikipedia

Fox Movietone News archive in NYC
Fox News Movietone archive website
Australian Movietone News archive website

Movietone Presents the Twentieth Century book by Lawrence Cohn  "Movietone Presents The Twentieth Century" [1976]
by Lawrence Cohn, Introduction by Lowell Thomas

Andre Deutsch, Ltd. pb [9/77] out of print/used
St. Martin's Press hardcover [7/80] out of print/used
St. Martin's Press hardcover [1976] out of print/used



parent company News Corp.
Australian Rupert Murdoch re-incorporated his holdings as News Corp. in 1980; bought half of Fox in 1981, the other half in 1984; Murdoch became a U.S. citizen to allow purchase of Metromedia's television stations, which were renamed Fox Broadcasting in 1986; launched the 24-hour Fox News Channel in 1996; purchased 34% of Hughes Electronics (DirecTV) in 2003; purchased 64% of the Wall Street Journal & Dow-Jones companies for $5.6 billion in August 2007. In February 2008, News Corp. traded its controlling interest in DirecTV for News Corp. shares owned by Liberty Media (John Malone & family.) In July 2011, Britain's News of The World tabloid newspaper - largest-selling paper in the world - shut down as a result of a phone-tapping and bribery scandal involving Rupert Murdoch and his News Corp. conglomerate.


News Corp. entry at Wikipedia

Outfoxed docu  "Outfoxed: Rupert Murdoch's War On Journalism" [Brave New Films June 2004]
"Freedom of the press is guaranteed only to those who own one." — A.J. Liebling
"film made possible by MoveOn.Org and The Center for American Progress"
Co-produced & directed by Robert Greenwald
Disinformation Co. color DVD [7/2004] for $9.95
full credits from IMDbofficial movie site
companion book [2005] by Alexandra Kitty, Introduction by Robert Greenwald
Disinformation Co. 8¾x6 pb [4/2005] for $10.36
The Man Who Owns The News Rupert Murdoch biography by Michael Wolff  
"The Man Who Owns The News: Inside The Secret World of Rupert Murdoch"
[2008] by Michael Wolff

Broadway Books 8x5¼ pb [5/2010] for $13.78
Broadway Books bargain priced 9¼x6¼ hardcover [12/2008] for $11.11
Broadway Books 9¼x6¼ hardcover [12/2008] out of print/dozens used

Robert Greenwald's "Fox Attacks" website [est. Feb 2007]
Robert Greenwald's "Fox News Porn" website


Newspaper Division

News Limited of Australia

News International Limited in U.K.
News of The World tabloid newspaper [1843-2011]

The New York Post

Dow Jones & Company [bot by Murdoch in 2007]
Barron's weekly financial markets magazine
Dow Jones Newswires & Indexes
The Wall Street Journal [est. 1889]
http://www.amazon.com/War-Wall-Street-Journal-Struggle/dp/0547152434/


Publishing Division

HarperCollins Publishers, owned by News Corp.
News Corp. bought book publisher Harper & Row in 1987, then bought Collins in 1989 and combined the names as HarperCollins Publishers. In 1999, News Corp. bought Hearst Book Group, which consisted of William Morrow and Avon Books. In 2011, HarperCollins acquired rights to the majority of titles published by Newmarket Press, the respected independent publisher of film-related books, including its Shooting Script series and illustrated movie tie-in books. Other current imprints include Caedmon audiobooks, Ecco Press, Fontana {U.K.), Harper Perennial, Harper Torch, Regan Books & Zondervan.


Fox  Entertainment  Group
U.S.-based umbrella corporation over 20th Century Fox Film Corp., Fox Studios, Fox Television Stations, Fox Broadcasting, and Fox News & other cable network channels.
Fox Entertainment Group entry at Wikipedia
http://www.amazon.com/Crazy-Like-Fox-Inside-Story/dp/B00080W3KW/
http://www.amazon.com/Fourth-Network-Broke-Reinvented-Television/dp/1566635721/

Fox Broadcasting Company
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fox_Broadcasting_Company

News Corp.’s Fox International Channels
Spanish-language channel MundoFox will launch in late 2012, in partnership with Colombia's R.C.N. Television
News Corp. owns 39% of the BskyB satellite service, 25% of FOXTEL in Australia, 49.9% of Sky Deutschland,
29.8% of TATAsky in India, 44% of Sky-Igloo in New Zealand, and all of Sky Italia (2013)


News  Corp.  Digital  Media
formerly Fox Interactive Media
Based in Beverly Hills, California; oversees News Corp. & Fox 'new media acquisitions', which include Fox Broadcasting
{below}, MSN/Foxsports, I.G.N. Entertainment [est. 1996] (formerly Imagine Games Network), MySpace [est. 2003],
Photobucket [est. 2003], and other entities.

no separate website for News Corp. Digital Media
News Corp. Digital Media entry at Wikipedia

FOX  Broadcasting  Co.
Founded in 1986 after News Corp.'s purchase of Metromedia's television stations;
the current network is 25 owned-and-operated stations and 175 affiliates.
FOX Broadcasting official website {requires Flash}
FOX Broadcasting entry at Wikipedia

MySpace
http://www.amazon.com/Stealing-MySpace-Control-Popular-Website/dp/B004JZWMYY/


News  Corp.'s  Other  Concerns

Bona Film Group Limited [est. 11/2003] movie distributors based in Beijing, China
Beijing Polybona Film Distribution Co. Ltd. and was founded in 1999 for cinema co-production & distribution; in 11/2003, Polybona merged with a
business division of the Chinese Army and was renamed Bona Film Group Limited; company is based in Beijing, China. In May 2012, News Corp.
purchased a 19.9% equity stake in Bona Film Group; News Corp. executive Dr. Jack Q. Gao {SVP & CEO of Chinese investments} was added
to the board of directors in September 2012, replacing Nansun Shi, who will resign but continue in an advisory role.

Bona Film Group: official websiteentry at Wikipedia


Fox Studios property on Pico Blvd. in West Los Angeles, viewed from a Century City office tower (looking west-ish)


Moguls & Executives


William Fox

Joseph Schenck

Spyros Skouras

Darryl F. Zanuck
"Darryl F. Zanuck: 20th Century Filmmaker" docufilm from A&E Biography

Richard Zanuck

Dennis Stanfill

half-owner Marc Rich

half-owner Marvin Davis

owner Rupert Murdoch
http://www.amazon.com/Inside-Ruperts-Brain-Portfolio-Monica/dp/B0036DE608/
http://www.amazon.com/Murdoch-William-Shawcross/dp/0684830159/
http://www.amazon.com/Rupert-Murdochs-China-Adventures-Powerful/dp/B003A02YYC/
http://www.amazon.com/Rupert-Murdoch-Untold-Worlds-Greatest/dp/0609610384/
http://www.amazon.com/Rupert-Murdoch-Creator-Worldwide-Empire/dp/1587982242/
http://www.amazon.com/Murdoch-Mission-Digital-Transformation-Empire/dp/0471383600/

Fox News President Roger Ailes
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roger_Ailes
http://www.amazon.com/Dark-Genius-Influential-Legendary-Political/dp/1402754450/

Barry Diller

Jim Gianopulos, co-chair of Fox Filmed Entertainment
Tom Rothman, co-chair of Fox Filmed Entertainment


L i n k s
official website {requires Flash}
Twentieth Century Fox entry at Wikipedia



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