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21st Century Fox
1211 Avenue of the Americas
New York, New York 10036
http://www.21cf.com/

On June 28, 2013, News Corporation split into two companies: 21st Century Fox, which retained most of News Corporation's television, film, and new media holdings; and News Corp, which focuses primarily on publishing. Both companies are chaired by Rupert Murdoch.
Cable Network Programming
Fox Networks (A unit of Fox Networking Group)
FX Networks and Productions (FX, FXX, FXM)
National Geographic Channel
Nat Geo WILD
Nat Geo Mundo
Fox Sports Network (FSN) and 22 regional cable sports networks
FOX Sports 1
FOX Sports 2
FOX Soccer Plus
FOX College Sports
FOX Deportes
FOX Life
Baby TV
BTN (co-venture with the Big Ten Conference)
(Digital Extensions of Fox Networks:)
BTN2Go
FOX Sports GO
FXNOW
Nat Geo TV
Big Ten Network (A joint venture between the Big Ten Conference and Fox Networks)
Fox Business Network
Fox Deportes
Fox News Channel
Fox International Channels (300 channels across Latin America, Europe, Asia and Africa, in 44 languages)
24Kitchen
BabyTV
Channel M
Channel V
Cinecanal
Film Zone
FOX
FOX Crime
FOX Life
FOX Movies
FOX Retro
FOX Sports
FOX Sports 2
FOX Sports 3
FOX Traveller
FX
Moviecity
MundoFOX
Nat Geo People
Nat Geo Wild
National Geographic Channel
Star Chinese Movies
Star Movies
Star World
Viajar
Voyage
FX Networks and Productions
MundoFox (a joint venture between Fox International Channels (FIC), News Corporation's international multi-media business, and RCN, which is owned by Organización Ardila Lülle (OAL))
STAR India
A network of over thirty channels in seven languages, including:
Star Gold
Channel [V]
Star Jalsha
Star Pravah
Star World
Star Movies
Star Utsav
Life OK
Movies OK
Star Plus
Asianet Channels
Star Vijay
YES Network

Filmed Entertainment
Twentieth Century Fox Film
Twentieth Century Fox
Fox 2000 Pictures
Fox Searchlight Pictures
Fox International Productions
Twentieth Century Fox Animation
Twentieth Century Fox Television
Fox 21 (cable production division)
Fox 2000
Fox Animation/Blue Sky Studios
Fox Home Entertainment
Fox International Productions
Fox Searchlight Pictures
Fox Television Studios
Shine Group
An international television production and distribution group with 26 production companies across 12 countries, including:
Americas
Shine America
Australasia
Shine Australia
Europe
Shine France
Shine Germany
Shine Iberia
Nordics
Shine Nordics
Friday TV
Filmlance
Meter Television
Metronome Denmark
Shine Finland
Metronome Spartacus
Rubicon
Studios
STO - CPH
UK
Shine Group
Bossa Studios
ChannelFlip
Brown Eyed Boy
Dragonfly Film and Television
Kudos
Lovely Day
Princess Productions
Shine Pictures
Shine TV
Shine 360°
Shine International
Shine Network

Television
Fox Broadcasting Company
Fox Sports
Fox Television Stations Group
WAGA (Atlanta)
KTBC (Austin)
WUTB (Baltimore)
KFTC (Bemidji, MN; satelite of WFTC, Minneapolis)
WFXT (Boston)
WFLD (Chicago)
WPWR (Chicago)
KDFW (Dallas)
KDFI (Dallas)
WJBK (Detroit)
KRIV (Houston)
KTXH (Houston)
KTTV (Los Angeles)
KCOP (Los Angeles)
WHBQ (Memphis)
KMSP (Minneapolis)
WFTC (Minneapolis)
WNYW (New York City)
WWOR (New Jersey)
WOGX (Ocala-Gainesville)
WRBW (Orlando)
WOFL (Orlando)
WTXF (Philadelphia)
KUTP (Phoenix)
KSAZ (Phoenix)
WTVT (Tampa Bay)
WTTG (Washington D.C.)
WDCA (Washington D.C.)
MyNetworkTV

Direct Broadcast Satellite Television
BSkyB (Britain, Ireland)
Challenge
Mobile Services (Sky Content on Mobile Apps)
NOW TV
Sky+
Sky 1
Sky 3D
Sky Arts
Sky Atlantic
Sky Broadband (Internet Provider)
Sky Living
Sky Movies
Sky News
Sky Go
Sky Sports
Sky Talk (Communications Provider)
Sky TV
Sky Deutschland
Sky 3D
Sky Action
Sky Atlantic
Sky Sport Austria
Sky Bundesliga 1
Sky Bundesliga 2
Sky Cinema
Sky Cinema +1
Sky Cinema +24
Sky Comedy
Sky Emotion
Sky HD
Sky Hits
Sky Krimi
Sky Nostalgie
Sky Sport 1
Sky Sport 2
Sky Italia
Sky TV
Sky Famiglia
Sky Cinema
Sky Sport
Sky Calcio
Sky Primafila
Sky 3D
Canali Opzionali
My Sky
Sky Multivision
HD - Alta Definizione
Sky Go
Sky Go live
Sky On Demand
Sky e Fastweb
Applicazioni
SMS
Sky iD
Sky Life Magazine
last updated 5/2/2014

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The traffic lure of outrage (Slate)

“I didn’t become a journalist to peddle indignation on Facebook. But it sells—the page views don’t lie.”

NBC news producer’s sons were in the besieged school in Peshawar (NBCnews.com)

“I remained silent and didn’t know what to say — I know how such attacks on schools usually end”

Hero mom calls into CSPAN to berate her arguing pundit sons (WaPo)

“This was not planned. She called in on the normal line.”

Dick Cheney doesn’t want to call it torture but the media doesn’t have to follow (Vox)

“People deserve to know that the American government (proudly!) did things that in any other context are called torture”

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