"We Love the News Business"

Pande, Shamni
April 2011
Business Today;4/17/2011, Vol. 20 Issue 8, p51
An interview with James Murdoch, chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of News Corp. in India is presented. He explains the effort of the company to remain competitive by adopting quality leadership and real depth of talent. Murdoch reveals the priorities of the company which focused on improving its digital television (TV) business. Furthermore, he criticizes the government's restriction on direct-to-home (DTH) sector that hinders investors to invest more in the country.


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