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Following on the heels of yesterday’s not-so-well-received Wall Street Journal op-ed piece defending News Corp. (and skewering its critics), the newspaper has published three more opinion pieces attempting to tear down the competition's credibility.
In an opinion piece titled “The Murdoch Empire: An Inside View,” features editor Robert Pollock confronts the many people—including Adweek’s Michael Wolff—who believe that News Corp. has swayed the WSJ’s political coverage.
But according to Pollock, the only influence that Rupert Murdoch has attempted to exert over the newspaper is the occasional suggestion concerning article length—much less political tone.