With News Corp and Apple still working out some kinks in the iPad's subscription platform for a dedicated newspaper, the launch of the media conglomerate's iPad-specific publication - `The Daily' - has been delayed, according to the information shared by unnamed `inside' sources familiar with the proceedings.
Apple and News Corp have reportedly been preparing to introduce a new digital newspaper, called the Daily, very soon.
The US media is claiming that media giant News Corp’s chief 79-year-old Rupert Murdoch and Apple CEO Steve Jobs have plans to unveil the Daily by the end of running month, with a possible roll out in the first quarter of 2011.
In order to remain popular there is a necessity to go the political way warns Media tycoon Rupert Murdoch.
The comment was made following the rating got by Liberal Democrats. They are said to have received just 10% in the YouGov/Sun poll. Mr. Murdoch is said to have supported the approach by David Cameron for the lowering of public spending.
In a surprising new development, the media mogul Rupert Murdoch is seriously looking at putting a potential block on Google from indexing his news websites. Rupert is currently moving forward with his plans to charge for access to the content on his websites, and therefore wants to take some drastic measures.
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