A change in the climate? The journalism of opinion at News Corporation

@article{Mcknight2010ACI,
  title={A change in the climate? The journalism of opinion at News Corporation},
  author={David Mcknight},
  journal={Journalism},
  year={2010},
  volume={11},
  pages={693 - 706}
}
  • D. Mcknight
  • Published 1 December 2010
  • Political Science
  • Journalism
In 2007 the global media company News Corporation announced that it would become ‘carbon neutral’ and generally endorsed scientific warnings about global warming. Its CEO, Rupert Murdoch, signaled not only that the media group held a corporate view toward the issue of climate change but that its editorial coverage would henceforth change. This article examines the period before this change of direction. From 1997 to 2007 newspapers and television stations owned by News Corporation, based on… 
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