Rupert Murdoch has finally retired… kind of. He’s stepping down as Fox and News Corps chairman. His son, Lachlan, will now take on the role, how will he rule? And what does this all mean for Fox News and the rest of the media mogul’s empire? Dan Cassino is a Professor of Government and Politics at Fairleigh Dickinson University. He’s also the author of Fox News and American Politics: How One Channel Shapes American Politics and Society.
“I think we are past a crisis point with Fox News … and I think Murdoch saw that.”“The big crisis we had at Fox News is that the inmates were running the asylum.”
“For the future of Fox News – they’re in trouble.”
“If the empire stops making money, we have potential here for revolt.”
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