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There was a fiery post speech round-table discussion involving poor ickle ad-starved Murdoch Jnr. and Peston. It seems from coverage I am reading/hearing this morning that it was broadcast but my usual sources are not yielding yet.

Anyone have any links?

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There was a fiery post speech round-table discussion involving poor ickle ad-starved Murdoch Jnr. and Peston. It seems from coverage I am reading/hearing this morning that it was broadcast but my usual sources are not yielding yet.

Anyone have any links?

Here's a link to James Murdoch's idea of a how News International will generate profits from the internet once the BBC's out of his way.

The model seems to be - steal others' copyright material and avoid paying for as long as possible:

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2009/08/28/sk..._twitter_pinch/

Having figured-out far too late the potential of the internet to undermine his father's cosy little empire Rupert Junior is hell-bent on stopping others from publishing news without charging for it. He calls the BBC a monopoly but forgot to mention his monopoly on pay TV.

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Here's a link to James Murdoch's idea of a how News International will generate profits from the internet once the BBC's out of his way.

The model seems to be - steal others' copyright material and avoid paying for as long as possible:

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2009/08/28/sk..._twitter_pinch/

Having figured-out far too late the potential of the internet to undermine his father's cosy little empire Rupert Junior is hell-bent on stopping others from publishing news without charging for it. He calls the BBC a monopoly but forgot to mention his monopoly on pay TV.

These old sharks don't like it up 'em do they?

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